All students study three Humanities subjects, Geography, History and Religious Studies, at Key Stage 3. A significant majority of students then study Geography or History for GCSE at Key Stage 4, and many study for a GCSE in Religious Studies. A non-examined course in Core Religious Education is also followed by all students in Key Stage 4. Students can study A levels in Geography, History and Philosophy at Key Stage 5. The subject of Personal Development sits within the Humanities faculty and is studied by all students in all Key Stages.

Please see below our curriculum implementation summaries for Humanities.