Sociology is the study of how society is organised and how we experience life. Studying sociology will enable students to understand the structure of society, and connections and patterns in human behaviour.  

The course is designed to give students the opportunity to focus on their own experience of the social world, whilst encouraging them to build on this knowledge by analysing and reflecting on different aspects of society. A level Sociology will develop students literacy, analysis and critical thinking skills and the course will enable them to have a broader understanding of the society they are part of and how it is made up.

KS3-4 Pathways (Southfield)  
KS4-5 Pathways (Southfield) A level Sociology
KS5- Higher & Further Education
Sociology can prepare students for a wide range of degree courses including courses in social sciences, sociology, psychology, criminology and health and social care, as well as courses related to working with people in healthcare and social care.
Careers  Sociology can prepare students for careers in health and social care, teaching, the criminal justice system and social work for example, Social Worker, Primary School Teacher, Police Officer, Youth Worker
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