The Humanities curriculum aims to inspire a curiosity and fascination about the world and its people.
Our high quality programmes of study have been developed to provide pupils with a comprehensive knowledge of Britain’s past and develop understanding of significant locations in the wider world and key events in world history.
Alongside knowledge, the curriculum is designed to equip pupils with the skills to ask perceptive questions, think critically, consider evidence, develop opinions and make judgements.
Opportunities to use the local area are sought. Using the local environment will enable the children to learn through direct experience and first hand investigation as well as placing their learning in a personal context.
We recognise the important role that Religious Education plays in the personal development of our pupils. Whilst it has a particular contribution to their spiritual development, it also promotes the moral, social and cultural development of children.
In Religious Education we aim to provoke challenging questions, encourage pupils to explore their own beliefs, enable pupils to build their sense of identity and belonging and teach pupils to develop respect for others.