Catch Up Online AQA A-Level Sociology

Structured catch-up support for AQA A-Level Sociology students to help them recap and revise core topics and concepts typically taught in Year 12.

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  • 30-40 hours learning time
  • 72 course steps

About this course

The course is organised into a series of "Weeks", each of which focuses on a core theme or topic area from year 12.

Within each synoptic themed "Weeks", students revisit and reinforce key year 12 learning through a variety of delivered content and activities, alongside focused work on exam skills. Through this programme, students will be able to complete their Year 13 studies with greater confidence.

Who it's for

All students taking AQA A-Level Sociology.

Course series

Catch Up Online

Course outline

  • Introduction to Socialisation
  • Introduction to Socialisation - MCQ Activity
  • Primary Socialisation
  • Primary Socialisation - Connection Wall Activity
  • Secondary Socialisation
  • Socialisation Theories - MCQ Activity
  • Socialisation and Subcultures
  • Exam Skills
  • Introduction to Conflict and Consensus
  • Consensus Theories (Functionalism)
  • Consensus Theories (New Right)
  • New Right and Functionalism - MCQ Activity
  • Conflict Theories (Marxism)
  • Conflict and Marxism - True or False Activity
  • Conflict Theories (Feminism)
  • Conflict and Feminism - True or False Activity
  • Introduction to Structure and Action
  • Structural Theories
  • Action Theories
  • Action Theories - Connection Wall Activity
  • Structuration
  • Exam Skills
  • Introduction to Culture & Identity
  • Culture & Identity: Socialisation
  • Culture and Identity I - MCQ Activity
  • Culture & Identity: The Self
  • Culture & Identity: Identity & Characteristics
  • Culture & Identity: Postmodernism
  • Culture and Identity II - MCQ Activity
  • Stratification & Differentiation
  • Stratification & Differentiation: Families
  • Stratification - Connection Wall Activity
  • Stratification & Differentiation: Education
  • Stratification & Differentiation: Crime
  • Stratification and Crime - File Away Activity
  • Exam Skills
  • Introduction to Globalisation
  • Impacts of Globalisation on Family Life
  • Globalisation and Education
  • Globalisation - Categorise Activity
  • Globalisation and Crime
  • Exam Skills
  • Globalisation - Connection Wall Activity
  • Introduction to Power
  • Theories and Power
  • Theories of Power - Connection Wall Activity
  • Power and the Family
  • Family Power - Match Up Activity
  • Power and Education
  • Theory of Power - Clear the Deck Activity
  • Introduction to Social Policy
  • Social Policy - Connection Wall Activity
  • Educational Policy
  • Family Policy
  • Social Policy - Clear the Deck Activity
  • The Policy Debate
  • Social Policy - Concentration Game Activity
  • Social Policy - MCQ Activity
  • Being a Sociologist
  • Research Methods
  • Quantitative Research Methods - MCQ Activity
  • Quantitative Research Methods - Clear the Deck Activity
  • Quantitative Research Methods - Match Up Activity
  • Quantitative Research Methods - Connection Wall Activity
  • Qualitative Research Methods - MCQ Activity
  • Qualitative Research Methods - Clear the Deck Activity
  • Qualitative Research Methods - Connection Wall Activity
  • Qualitative Research Methods - Match Up Activity
  • The Science Debate
  • Values in Sociology
  • Sociology & Social Policy
  • Being a Sociologist - MCQ Activity


  • Duncan Hall

    Duncan is Subject Lead for Sociology, History and Politics at tutor2u. Duncan is an experienced teacher, writer and senior examiner.

  • Katie Tyler

    Katie is the Head of Social sciences and passionate teacher of sociology in a comprehensive school. Katie is also an experienced sociology examiner of 15 years. She is a regular presenter at tutor2u Sociology events.

  • Craig Gelling

    Craig is an experienced Sociology teacher and examiner and is known as The Sociology Guy on social media. Craig helps design and deliver tutor2u Sociology CPD courses and student exam workshops.

  • Sarah Best

    Sarah is a passionate teacher of psychology and sociology and has worked in a variety of schools in the UK, and she is currently working in a British international school. She is keen to develop and boost the profile of both subjects and is working towards her Masters in Psychology.

  • Matthew Wilkin

    Matthew has taught A-level and GCSE Sociology for 18 years and has taught in the UK, Kenya and Spain. He has co-authored several textbooks and revision guides and also runs The Sociology Show podcast where he has the honour of interviewing some of the very best Sociology academics.

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