The Humanities subjects play a central role in helping pupils understand the world in which we live, the complexities of the human condition and how the modern world has come into being .
Pupils are set by ability and assessed at half termly intervals to ensure that they are in a class that provides an appropriate level of challenge. Formal end of year assessments are used to give an end of year level to measure progress.
We offer a range of extra -curricular trips designed to immerse our pupils in the curriculum, broaden their experience and to foster active, independent learning skills.
We have a strong dedicated team made up of two Historians and one Geographer who are all passionate about their subjects and ensuring all pupils fulfill their potential.
Year 7 History Curriculum Overview
Year 8 History Curriculum Overview
Year 9 History Curriculum Overview
Year 10 History Curriculum Overview
Year 11 History Curriculum Overview
Year 7 Geography Curriculum Overview
Year 8 Geography Curriculum Overview
Year 9 Geography Curriculum Overview
Year 10 Geography Curriculum Overview
Year 11 Geography Curriculum Overview
|Mrs Ganderton||Head of Humanities|
|Mr Hutson||Lead Teacher of Geography|
Thursday 22nd August
GCSE Results Day
Year 11: 10am – 12pm
Year 10: 12pm – 1.00pm
Tuesday 3rd September
Year 7 register at 8.40am
Year 8-11 register at 10am