Sociology

Sociology

In Sociology we aspire for our students to achieve to the best of their capabilities as a result of high departmental standards. Students are given the opportunity to make better sense of the world around them and gain an insight into their own society.

Curriculum Overview

Year 10Curriculum Implementation Plan
Knowledge Organisers
Approach and Methods
Family
Education
Year 11Curriculum Implementation Plan
Knowledge Organisers
Crime
Social Stratification
Sixth Form (Year 12 and 13)Curriculum Implementation Plan – Year 12
Curriculum Implementation Plan – Year 13
Knowledge Organisers – Year 12
Term 1 – Class Differences in Educational Achievement
Term 1 – Gender Differences in Educational Achievement & Subject Choice
Term 1 – Perspectives on Education
Term 1 – Theories of the Family
Term 1 – Trends and Diversity
Term 1 – Gender Roles
Term 2 – Ethnic Differences in Educational Achievement
Term 2 – Selection, Marketisation and Privatisation Policies
Term 2 – Education: The Research Context
Term 2 – Demography
Term 2 – Childhood
Term 2 – Research Methods
Knowledge Organisers – Year 13
Term 1 – Theories of Crime & Trends in Crime
Term 1 – Global Development: Topic 1
Term 1 – Action Theories 1 & 2
Term 1 – Feminist Theories 1 & 2
Term 1 – Consensus Structuralism –
Functionalism
Term 1 – Conflict Structuralism – Marxism
Term 1 – Modernity vs. Postmodernity
Term 1 – Positivism vs. Interpretivism
Term 1 – Sociology and Social Policy
Term 1 – Sociology And Science
Term 1 – Values and Sociology
Term 2 – Crime in Contemporary Society
Term 2 – Victimisation and Crime Prevention and Control
Term 2 – Global Development: Topic 2
Term 2 – Global Development: Topic 3
Term 2 – Global Development: Topic 4

2021 GCSE and A-Level Assessment Information