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Course options
Fast-track retake
(Sept-Nov)

For students affected by the grading systems surrounding the Covid-19 crisis, we offer a short retake two-month retake course. Starting in early September, this online course will focus heavily on revision and exam practice. Students will receive online lessons and weekly assessments from their tutor to ensure they are on track to attain their desired grade.

Five hours of online learning per week in small groups spread over two lessons.
Weekly assessments.
Regular reporting to ensure you’re on track to get your grade!
September - November (perfect for students affected by Covid-19 grading and looking for a quick retake course.)
Please note: This course starts Tuesday September 1st.
Short retake
(Jan-June)

If you want to enjoy your gap year or don’t want to get learning right away, our short A-Level retake starts in the second half of the academic year. From January - June, students will be able to learn in small groups online with their tutor. You will receive monthly reports and mock exam support.

Four hours of online learning per week in small groups spread over two lessons.
Monthly assessments.
A weekly personalized hour with your tutor.
Free attendance to the Tutor House event series, including personal statement workshop (usually worth £50).
January-June
Please note: This course starts Monday January 11th.
Full retake
(Sept-June)

This course is perfect for students either taking their A-Levels as independent candidates for the first time, or those looking to ensure they get the top grade they deserve. All courses are taught by highly qualified tutors and all of the course content is taught in depth. There are monthly reports and assessments - to help guarantee success.

Four hours of online learning per week in small groups spread over two lessons.
Monthly assessments.
A weekly personalized hour with your tutor.
Free attendance to the Tutor House event series, including personal statement workshop (usually worth £50).
Full UCAS support; including reference and personal statement.
September-June
Please note: This course starts Monday September 14th.
*If you would like information on our one-to-one A-Level retake courses, please call us on 02039500320 and speak to one of our education advisors.
Who will my tutor be?
Laura W
Sociology Tutor
Laura is an experienced teacher with more than a decade of teaching and tutoring experience. She specialises in sociology and psychology and has an open, results-focused approach to learning. Laura teaches the short and full retake course.
How is the course structured?

Our soiology A-Level courses are taught by our highly qualified sociology tutors (many of whom are former teachers) and all teaching takes place online via Google Classrooms.

Students have two 2-hour live classes per week, plus an allotted ‘office hour’ (for short and long retake programmes) which is open to all students to join at the end of the week if they have any additional questions or homework queries. Office hour attendance is optional, but we encourage students to take advantage of this hour to further their independent study.

Teachers set homework and assessments via the Google Classroom portal and will send you homework marks and class updates as you progress. Depending on the course you choose, teachers also provide monthly reports and mock-exam-style assessments to ensure you’re on track to reach your grade.

What is the syllabus?
You will be studying the OCR A-Level Sociology (H580).
The syllabus above is for our group courses. For all one-one tutoring you can choose your course and syllabus.
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How does the assessment for this A-Level course work?
AssessmentCulture, Identity and Socialization / Families and relationshipsResearch methods / Research InequalitiesGlobal Digital World / Crime and Deviance
Time1hr 30mins2hrs 15mins2hrs 15mins
Weighting30% External assessment35% External assessment35% Internal assessment
Core aim of moduleThis component introduces learners to the key themes of socialization, culture and identity and develops these themes through the context of one of three options either: Families and relationships.This component explores the methods of sociological enquiry and develops knowledge and understanding of contemporary social processes and social change in the context of social inequality and difference.This component engages learners in theoretical debates and how these relate to a contemporary global society. The component will develop knowledge and understanding of social processes and social change
Assessment
Culture, Identity and Socialization / Families and relationships
Time
1hr 30mins
Weighting
30% External assessment
Core aim of module
This component introduces learners to the key themes of socialization, culture and identity and develops these themes through the context of one of three options either: Families and relationships.
Assessment
Research methods / Research Inequalities
Time
2hrs 15mins
Weighting
35% External assessment
Core aim of module
This component explores the methods of sociological enquiry and develops knowledge and understanding of contemporary social processes and social change in the context of social inequality and difference.
Assessment
Global Digital World / Crime and Deviance
Time
2hrs 15mins
Weighting
35% Internal assessment
Core aim of module
This component engages learners in theoretical debates and how these relate to a contemporary global society. The component will develop knowledge and understanding of social processes and social change
What texts will I need to buy for this course?
  • OCR Sociology for A Level Book 1 and 2, Hodder education, Sue Brisbane
Where do classes take place?
All classes take place online via Google Classrooms; you will be sent the meeting link by email before your lesson begins and you’ll be able to log in and learn with your teacher and fellow students.
When does my course start?
Term 1
Monday September 14th
To
Friday December 11th
Half term
Monday October 26th
To
Friday October 30th
Term 2
Monday January 11th
To
Friday March 31th
Half term
Monday February 15th
To
Friday February 19th
Term 3
Monday April 19th
To
Friday may 28th
If you are taking the fast-track retake, your course will start on September 7th 2020, and run for eight weeks.
If you are taking the full retake, your course will start on September 14th 2020.
If you are taking the short retake, your course will begin on January 11th 2021.
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