Humanities Entry Pathways
This qualification includes units for developing skills and knowledge in a range of subject areas, including:
- Religious studies
Centres may choose to build the qualification around one subject area, e.g. history. Alternatively it is possible to build a qualification from a range of subject areas, e.g. Geography, Humanities and Religious Studies to give learners a more general experience.
The qualification is available at Entry 2 and Entry 3.
All course materials are available on our related documents page.
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- January - must be submitted by 21 October 2018, centres can then amend up to 11 November 2018.
- June - must be submitted by 21 February 2019, centres can then amend up to 18 March 2019.
- No late entries after this date are possible.
Work for Moderation
Samples of work for moderation must be with the WJEC by 12 December 2018 for January entries and 3 May 2019 for May entries.
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Below are links to documents, with voice over by Subject Officer Phil Star, to help with the delivery of the Humanities Entry Pathways course:
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The Summer 2019 Principal Examiners' reports provide feedback on this Summer's examination series. The reports include helpful observations and commentary on the work produced for this series and can assist teachers in preparing their students for the next examination series.