Sociology Year 10
In Year 10 students learn about the differences in our society and the impact this has on how it is run. They will look at poverty and differences in health among rich and poor people. They will gain a strong understanding of inequalities amongst social groups and investigate the government’s approach to creating legislation to create more equality. They will be able to evaluate this from varying perspectives, such as Feminist, Marxist, Functional and the New Right.
- Social Stratification
How is the course structured?
Students follow the AQA syllabus at both GCSE and A Level. There are two exams for GCSE, Paper 1 and Paper 2, taken at the end of Year 11.
What do students study?
This course will raise students' knowledge and awareness of the world around them and enable them to understand different explanations put forward for why our society is as it is. There is a strong theoretical element and students are encouraged to become more informed on our societal processes and government policies.