Humanities

Our Vision.

We aim to provide a curriculum which engages, inspires, and motivates students to be determined to succeed in their education and beyond. They should leave school with the ability to understand the diversities of the world around them and the history which has influenced the issues of today. Students should know the value of democracy, the importance of local and national communities and be able to identify bias in the press/social media and have the confidence to present substantiated arguments of their own. 
History
At the end of secondary school the end goal is for students to leave school, equipped with research skills and geographical knowledge in order to make sense of the world around them. They should be able to navigate using a map and explain how and why geographical features form. They should be able to recognise poverty and have an appreciation of how fortunate they are. They should be able to identify problems within society and understand the reasons behind the problems. They should be able to ask geographical questions and seek the answers.
Geography
We aim to provide a curriculum which engages, inspires and motivates students. Students should leave school with the ability to understand the world around them and the multi-cultural society which exists in Britain. They should have an understanding of different religions and their beliefs, practises and cultures. We aim to challenge stereotypes, discrimination and religious and racial hatred. We also aim to promote critical thinking and moral reasoning on ethical issues.
Religious Studies
The aim of the Sociology Department is to encourage students to explore aspects of the social world around them through fresh eyes. In developing their skills of critical thinking, they will begin to question what shapes society and how society influences individuals and groups. Through discussion and debate, they will be able to recognise that different social groups can have very different experiences of society, and that there are many factors which contribute to these differences. Students will be able to explain, compare and criticise the different key perspectives of Sociology and apply these to the modern world they find themselves living in today. 
Sociology

Qualifications Offered

    • GCSE Geography Eduqas (B)
    • GCSE History EDEXCEL
    • GCSE Sociology Eduqas
    • GCSE Religious Studies AQA
    • BTEC Health & Social Care EDEXCEL

What our students say.

I love my Geography lessons.
A Student
Year 9
History is my favourite subject in school.
A Student
Year 9

Faculty Tweets (Geography)

Faculty Tweets (History)

Faculty Tweets (Sociology)

Humanities

Our Vision.

We aim to provide a curriculum which engages, inspires, and motivates students to be determined to succeed in their education and beyond. They should leave school with the ability to understand the diversities of the world around them and the history which has influenced the issues of today. Students should know the value of democracy, the importance of local and national communities and be able to identify bias in the press/social media and have the confidence to present substantiated arguments of their own. 
History
At the end of secondary school the end goal is for students to leave school, equipped with research skills and geographical knowledge in order to make sense of the world around them. They should be able to navigate using a map and explain how and why geographical features form. They should be able to recognise poverty and have an appreciation of how fortunate they are. They should be able to identify problems within society and understand the reasons behind the problems. They should be able to ask geographical questions and seek the answers.
Geography
We aim to provide a curriculum which engages, inspires and motivates students. Students should leave school with the ability to understand the world around them and the multi-cultural society which exists in Britain. They should have an understanding of different religions and their beliefs, practises and cultures. We aim to challenge stereotypes, discrimination and religious and racial hatred. We also aim to promote critical thinking and moral reasoning on ethical issues.
Religious Studies
The aim of the Sociology Department is to encourage students to explore aspects of the social world around them through fresh eyes. In developing their skills of critical thinking, they will begin to question what shapes society and how society influences individuals and groups. Through discussion and debate, they will be able to recognise that different social groups can have very different experiences of society, and that there are many factors which contribute to these differences. Students will be able to explain, compare and criticise the different key perspectives of Sociology and apply these to the modern world they find themselves living in today. 
Sociology

Qualifications Offered

  • GCSE Geography Eduqas (B)
  • GCSE History EDEXCEL
  • GCSE Sociology Eduqas
  • GCSE Religious Studies AQA
  • BTEC Health & Social Care EDEXCEL

What our students say.

I love my Geography lessons.
A Student
Year 9
History is my favourite subject in school.
A Student
Year 9

Faculty Tweets (Geography)

Faculty Tweets (History)

Faculty Tweets (Sociology)