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Humanities

Geography

Exam Board : Edexcel                       Specification

Year & Term

Course Content

Year 12

Autumn 1

Tectonic processes

Autumn 2

Regenerating places

Spring 1

Coastal landscape processes and coastal systems

Maths and statistics

Spring 2

Coastal landscape processes and coastal systems

Maths and statistics

Summer 1

Globalisation

Summer 2

Globalisation

Fieldtrips: Lace market and Melton; regeneration NEA

Year 13

Autumn 1

Fieldtrips: Skegness and Hunstanton; coastal processes NEA

Water cycle and water insecurity

Superpowers

Autumn 2

Water cycle and water insecurity

Superpowers

Spring 1

Global development, migration, identity and sovereignty

Carbon cycle and carbon insecurity

Spring 2

Global development, migration, identity and sovereignty

Carbon cycle and carbon insecurity

Synoptic paper 3 practice

Summer 1

Revision and synoptic paper 3 practice and NEA

Health and social care

Exam Board: OCR                 Specification

Year & Term

Course Content

Year 12

Autumn 1

Building Positive Relationships in Health and Social Care

Autumn 2

Building Positive Relationships in Health and Social Care

Spring 1

Equality and Diversity

Spring 2

Equality and Diversity  and Health and Safety

Summer 1

Health and Safety

Summer 2

Anatomy and Physiology  assessed by external exam in January

Year 13

Autumn 1

Anatomy and Physiology  assessed by external exam in January

Autumn 2

Anatomy and Physiology   assessed by external exam in January

Spring 1

Supporting people with mental health conditions

Spring 2

Supporting people with mental health conditions

Summer 1

Working with people with learning disabilities

History

Exam Board : AQA                 Specification

Year & Term

Course Content

Year 12

Autumn 1

Emancipation of the serfs, early reforms, assassination

Pre-Reformation Church, Anti-clericalism and Reformers

Autumn 2

Opposition,  social reforms and economy up to 1902

Break with Rome and Reformation Parliament

Spring 1

Nicholas II early reforms, Cause and events of 1905, Opposition until 1914

Internal faction and pressures from abroad and dissolution of monasteries

Spring 2

Dumas, economy up to 1916, outbreak of war WWI,

Change and continuity in doctrine and the state of the Church and belief by 1547

Summer 1

Return of Lenin, Bolshevik revolution and establishment of power

Seymour and Dudley and a Protestant Nation

Summer 2

Coursework Stuart England 1603-1702

Opposition and the Crisis over the Succession

Year 13

Autumn 1

Coursework Stuart England 1603-1702

Mary’s Accession and the restoration of Papal Authority

Autumn 2

Lenin to Stalin 1917-1928

Persecution and Reform and Opposition and Conformity

Spring 1

Stalinist dictatorship and the Great Patriotic War

Religious divisions and the reestablishment of the Church of England

Spring 2

High Stalinism, Khrushchev and de-Stalinism

Elizabeth’s Settlement

Summer 1

Revision

Revision

 

Psychology

Exam Board : AQA                 Specification

Year & Term

Course Content

Year 12

Autumn 1

Introduction to Psychology

Memory

Research Methods

Autumn 2

Research Methods

Social Influence

Spring 1

Attachment

Research Methods

Spring 2

Approaches

 

Summer 1

Psychopathology

Biopsychology

Summer 2

Research methods

Year 13

Autumn 1

Approaches

Research Methods

Autumn 2

Biopsychology

Relationships

Spring 1

Aggression

Issues and Debates

Spring 2

Schizophrenia

Research Methods

Summer 1

Revision

 

RE

Exam Board : OCR                 Specification

Year & Term

Course Content

Please refer to the syllabus, including links to textbooks where appropriate.

Year 12

Autumn 1

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Conscience – Ethics

Arguments for the existence of God – Teleological argument

Augustine and Human Nature

Autumn 2

Situation ethics

Arguments for the existence of God – ontological argument

Death and the afterlife

Spring 1

Arguments for the existence of God – cosmological argument

Utilitarianism

Knowledge of God’s existence

Spring 2

Kantian Ethics

(Less covered in the spring term due to 3 week absents)

The person of Jesus Christ

Summer 1

Religious Experience

The Nature or attributes of God

Christian Moral principles

Summer 2

Applied ethics

The problem of evil

Christian moral actions

Year 13

Autumn 1

Liberation Theology

Natural Law

Ontological argument

Autumn 2

Applied Ethics – Euthanasia

Christian moral principles and action

Gender and Theology

Spring 1

Religious language – analogical or symbolic

Religious language – 20th century

Utilitarianism

Spring 2

Religious pluralism – society and theology

Conscience

Meta-ethics

Summer 1

Sexual ethics

Sociology

Term

Unit

Autumn term (Term one)

 

Sociology of the family

  • Introducing Sociology
  • Theories of the family
  • Social policy and the family
  • Marriage divorce and family diversity
  • Roles and relationships in family
  • Childhood

Spring term (Term two)

Sociology of education

  • Theory and functions of education
  • Social class and educational achievement
  • Ethnicity and educational achievement
  • Gender and educational achievement
  • Process and relationships
  • Social policy and education

Summer term (Term three)

Theory, methods and debates

  • Why we conduct research and issues
  • Primary quantitative methods
  • Primary Qualitative methods
  • Postmodern and feminist methods
  • Secondary data
  • Sociological theory (Functionalism, Marxism, Interactionism, Feminism and Postmodernism)
  • Debates (Sociology as a science, value free debate and social policy debate)
  • Revision for end of year mocks

Autumn term (Term four)

Sociology of beliefs

  • Theories of religion
  • Religious organisations
  • Feminism and religion
  • Religion and social groups

Crime and deviance (1)

  • Theories of crime (functionalism, Marxism, Labelling theory and the media, Realist theories of crime)

Spring term (Term five)

Crime and deviance (2)

  • Distribution of crime (measuring crime, gender and crime and ethnicity and crime)
  • Globalisation, green and state crime
  • Crime prevention
  • Revision for final summer examinations

Summer term (term six)

Final revision and final examination series