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Exam Workshops for Students

AQA A Level Sociology Strong Foundations Workshops

  • Levels: A Level
  • Exam boards: AQA

Join the tutor2u Sociology team for the 2019/20 edition of AQA A-Level Sociology Strong Foundations - the exam workshop for all Year 13 AQA A-Level Sociology Students wanting to lay the foundations for top grades in summer 2020.

Who's it for: All Year 13 students taking AQA A Level Sociology in 2020
Price: £25 (+VAT)
Hosts: Duncan Hall, Craig Gelling

  • November 2019
  • 27th


    Vue Cinema - The Light

    10:30am - 3:15pm GMT

  • 29th


    Vue Cinema - Star City

    10:30am - 3:15pm GMT

  • December 2019
  • 3rd


    Vue Cinema - Bristol Cribbs Causeway

    10:30am - 3:15pm GMT

  • 5th


    Vue Cinema - Westfield White City

    10:30am - 3:15pm GMT

  • 6th


    Vue Cinema - Westfield Stratford

    10:30am - 3:15pm GMT

  • Registration on the day opens 45 minutes before the event's start time.

About this event


The AQA A Level Sociology Strong Foundations exam workshop focuses on helping students develop the skills they need to succeed in the AQA Sociology exams in 2020

As a guide to this year's workshop, the session outline for Strong Foundations AQA A Level Sociology 2018 was as follows:

Session 1: Education, Education, Education.

In this session, we will look back over the Education topic, review learning from the first year of A Levels and explore the skills and structure Year 13 students need to practice for a 30-mark essay.

Session 2: Mastering Methods in Context

Next we will revisit students’ learning of research methods and look in detail at how best to approach Methods in Context questions. We’ll explain the skills required to write the best answers to them and provide insights into how these questions are marked which Year 13 students can then practice in the months ahead!

Session 3: Skills School

Along with subject knowledge, exam skills are the foundation of exam success and this session will develop and test students’ skills in all three. We’ll remind students on what the skills are, practice how to recognise them, develop them and exhibit them.

Session 4: All very well in theory!

In this highly interactive and energetic afternoon session, we will take a whistle-stop tour through a wide range of content with a particular focus on sociological theory (both in relation to theory questions and how they are applied to both core and optional topics). There will also be an activity exploring whether sociology is a science.

Course package

A place at this event costs £25+VAT for the day of tuition. This includes a comprehensive workshop booklet which also includes follow-up revision materials. For every 10 student places you book, a teacher can go free.

Your hosts

    Duncan Hall

    Duncan is an experienced social science and humanities teacher, writer and senior examiner. He has taught Politics and Sociology A Level for many years and has a PhD in Social History.

    Craig Gelling

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