The Humanities Faculty has a unique opportunity to develop students' understanding of the notion of Citizenship. The key principles of Citizenship are deeply embedded in all subject areas and give students the chance to develop their understanding of the key skills, process knowledge and understanding.
Humanities offer students the opportunity to:
- Develop their understanding of local, national and international contexts.
- Develop their political, economic, technological, social, religious, moral, cultural and aesthetic perspectives.
- Develop their understanding of community.
- Develop their concepts, values and attitudes.
- Think critically
- Evaluate other peoples’ views, beliefs, attitudes and actions.
- Construct reasoned arguments.
- Work with others.
- Listen to and tolerate alternative opinions, beliefs and attitudes.
- Take part in decision making exercises.
- Plan and carry out investigative work.
- Communicate ideas in a number of ways.
Should additional information relating to the curriculum be required, please contact Ms S Cheston on 01253 336500.