Our Humanities Department enthusiastically delivers History, Geography and Religious Studies. We plan our lessons using visual, kinaesthetic and interactive teaching methods.
Our Humanities pupils are given plenty of individual support and assistance in lessons which are enriched by trips and activities for related topics such as Volcano Day or interactive History lessons in Fulham Palace. We are committed to inspiring our students to connect to the coursework through their own human experience and those of the individuals who have come before us.
For Geography, this includes the study of its human, physical and environmental elements. Future geographers include every field from eco-tourism advisor to social worker. In History we examine major events and developments throughout the world through lessons, projects and a variety of personal experiences.
Religious Studies examine and develops students’ understanding of the six principle religions, which include Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judasim and Sikhism. Throughout each of the Humanities Courses, practical strategies are incorporated to reduce mechanical challenges and maximise our students’ potential. Please find below a more detailed description of each subject as well as the ways in which we deliver them to the highest standard.
You can find specific information about the curriculum for each Year Group here: