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Sociology A level at Davenant Foundation School

Course description

What will you learn in Year 12?

Students will examine types of family households, the changing concept of childhood, and how the family functions. In addition study also includes the changing demographic makeup of the UK combined with government policies with regards areas such as welfare and marriage.

What will you learn in Year 13?

The function belief plays in the 21st century western world and around the globe. Changing attitudes and statistics with regards to religious belief changed. The nature of deviant behaviour and how it should be dealt with. Differencing approaches to tackling crime, and the use and accuracy of recording crime

Entry requirements

5 GCSEs including Mathematics at A*-C, (or 4-9), any combination of 6/5/5 in English Lierature, English langauge and one Humanities subject or 6/6 in English language English literature if no Humanities subject taken.




Further information

Sociology students are found in a multitude of occupations including Social Services, Criminal Justice, Government and Counselling. The UK Quality Assurance Agency states sociological skills include the ability to judge and evaluate evidence and understand complex situations. An excellent subject for professional careers.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Davenant Foundation School directly.

Last updated date: 22 December 2017

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