The awarding body of Anthropology A-level has announced that they "are not planning to develop a new A-level Anthropology qualification under government changes to A-levels".
To read the official RAI statement click here.
To watch a video about Anthropology A Level click here.
26 January 2015: to read "The case for A-level anthropology" in Anthropology Today click here.
6 February 2015: to read The Independent "Anthropology becomes latest A-level to be axes" click here.
9 February 2015: to read the Open Letter to AQA from Anthropologist Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Oslo University click here.
9 February 2015: to read the WCAA Letter to AQA click here.
15 February 2015: to read letters in The Observer click here.
17 February 2015: to read the IUAES letter to AQA click here.
26 February: to read the Get West London article"Saving anthropology A-levels could help prevent home-grown terrorists" click here.
26 February 2015: to read the Times Higher Education Supplement article "Anthropology's A Level does not deserve the Axe" click here.
6 March: to read WCAA & IUAES letter to AQA click here.
10 March 2015 to read in the Ecologist "Anthropology is so important, all children should learn it" click here.
15 March 2015 AAA Anthropology in Schools: is there a future? click here.
19 March 2015: to read the Times Higher Education Supplement article "Are we not human?" click here.
16 June 2015: to read The Guardian "British Values, Multiculturalism and Magna Carta" click here.
18 June 2015: to read The Guardian article "Suicide is a sensitive sociology subject that needs to be taught in schools" click here.
London Anthropology Day 2016
London Anthropology Day is a free university taster day for Year 12,13 and FE students, parents and anyone interested in learning more about anthropology. The event will take place on 30 June 2016 at the British Museum's Clore Centre. Go to www.londonanthropologyday.co.uk for more information.