Sociology at Hayes School is a consistently popular choice of subject at both GCSE and A Level. It focuses on studying societies; how they work and change, in a systematic and objective way. It enables pupils and students to understand how societies shape people's ideas and behaviour and how, in turn, people interact and shape their own societies. It deals with contemporary social concerns that influence everyone's lives in some way such as crime and deviance, family life and social inequality.
At both GCSE and A level students will study a variety of different units. At GCSE they will study: Studying Society, Families and Households, Education, Mass Media, Crime and Deviance and Social Inequality. At A level students study Families and Households, Education, Research Methods, Beliefs in Society, Crime and Deviance and Theory with Methods.
Sociology at GCSE is taught by Mr Harvey (Teacher in Charge of Sociology) and Mrs Hayes.
Sociology at A Level is taught Mr Harvey (Teacher in Charge of Sociology), Mrs Hayes and Mrs Marshall.