Sociology A level at Chew Valley School
A lively and popular course which supports all other A level courses. A fascinating examination of social groups and topics such as Families and Households, Education, Crime and Deviance and Beliefs in Society.
The course aims to give the students the opportunity to apply Sociology to contemporary society and their own experiences. The course enables students to study aspects of our and other societies and analyse the processes and structures that operate.
Any student with an interest in the social world around them. A grade C in English Language at GCSE.
- Module 1 Families and Households (worth 40% of AS or 20% of A level) assessed in January
- Module 2 Education and Sociological Methods
(worth 60% of AS or 30% of A level) assessed in June
- Module 3 Beliefs in Society (worth 20% of A level assessed in January of Year 13
- Module 4 Crime and Deviance and Sociological Theory and Methods.
(worth 30% of A Level) assessed in June of Year 13
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chew Valley School directly.