The document linked below outlines how we have sequenced knowledge and skills in each academic year:


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Click here to access the KS4 Sociology Super Curriculum.

Click here to access the KS5 Sociology Super Curriculum.


Studying sociology opens up a range of careers in areas such as welfare, education, social research, and local and central government.

In addition to careers within the areas of social or welfare there are also opportunities with a range of other employers, including charitable, counselling and voluntary organisations, law firms, local and central government, media companies, marketing and PR firms, the NHS, police and probation services, schools, colleges and universities, social and market research organisations.

Career ideas: anthropology, advice worker, community development worker, teacher/lecturer, housing manager, marketing, police officer, youth worker, social researcher, policy officer, charity officer, civil service administrator, family support worker, Human Resources officer, international aid/development worker, life coach, journalist, probation officer, public relations officer, social worker, special educational needs coordinator (SENCO).

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Key Stage 4

Qualification: GCSE Sociology
Exam board: EDUQAS

Over a fortnightly timetable, GCSE students receive:

  • 4 hours of guided learning.
  • 2 hours of homework.

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Key Stage 5

Qualification: A Level Sociology
Exam board: OCR

Over a fortnightly timetable, A Level students receive:

  • 10 hours of guided learning.
  • 10 hours of homework.

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