Monthly Archives: October 2011

Best Gender and Crime ppt for Year 13 (Block A)

Well Done to Dan Clemence for completing this ppt which contains some interesting statistics. Dan will receive a prize for actually being the only person to get his presentation to me by the end of the day or e-mail it … Continue reading

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Best Gender and Crime ppt for Year 13 Sociology (B Block)

Well Done to Georgie Forster and Josh Baldwin who win the prize for their class for this excellent ppt.  It contains some very interesting developments on the topic, news stories and statistics.  Well Done for completing the task and getting … Continue reading

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Stars of the week

Congratulations to Ellie Young, April Dennehy and Joanna Hendy for this week’s joint award for producing an excellent powerpoint presentation on Goths, see earlier post.

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Yr 12 Best Youth Sub-culture Presentation

Have at look at this fantastic presentation by Joanna, Ellie and April on the spectacular Youth Sub-culture Goths!  I have been impressed this week by the Year 12 Youth Sub-culture presentations which were a fabulous insight into Goths, Emos, Punks, … Continue reading

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Year 12 The Social Construction of Youth

The Social Construction of Youth

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Year 13 Gender and Crime

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Star of the Week

Congratulations to Beth Allen for this week’s award.  This week the award has been granted to Beth for showing the kind of consistency, enthusiasm and focus that is required to do well in this subject.  Beth has been consistent with … Continue reading

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Star of the week

Congratulations to Georgie Forster on achieving Sociology Star of the Week award. Georgie achieved a top grade in her timed essay on Strain theory this week through hard work and diligence and she is going from strength to strength.

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Yr 13 Marxism and Crime

marxist and crime

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