Head of Faculty: Miss C. Sorry
To develop a cohesive approach that promotes an inclusion for all stakeholders. We aim to create an environment that promotes resilience and have a commitment to assist the students to become valued citizens in society. We are committed to creating and teaching curriculums that are relevant and purposeful, to help ensure our students have the values and skills needed for a successful future.
Students at Key Stage 3 are taught the three Humanities subjects – Geography, History, and Religious Education. Year 7 students study each subject for one hour a week and home learning tasks are set throughout each half term.
In Years 8 and 9, students are taught Geography and History for two hours a week and Religious Education for 1 hour a week.
History and geography at Key Stage 4 are option subjects. In Year 10 students have 1 hour of Religious Education, with this increasing to 2 hours in Year 11.
- Humanities in the News club allows students to learn more about the world while exploring current events that link to history, R.E and geography
- Year 11 examination drop-in clinic for guidance on their exam preparation.
- Year 11 Online revision session with a focus on religious scripture and retrieval of prior knowledge to support exam preparation.
- Year 11 examination support takes place every fortnight
- The department runs the school’s Geo explorers club and all students are welcome to join the club.Humanities in the News club takes place every Friday at lunchtime, which allows students to learn more about the world while exploring current events that link to history, R.E and geography.