Mr O King – Head of Humanities, Teacher of History.
Miss G Biswas – Head of Geography.
Mr J Pyatt – Teacher of Geography.
Mrs H Brighton – Head of Modern Foreign Languages, Teacher of French.
Miss C Filmer – Teacher of French.
Ms C Kilroy – Teacher of RE, Deputy Headteacher.
Ms S Nahar – Teacher of RE.
Miss F Begum – Teacher of RE.
Mr D Hart – Teacher of History, Director of Opportunities.
Ms L van Deventer – Teacher of History.
Miss H Cusack – Teacher of History
Key skills in History
Thematic Study of Local History
Medieval Life and Medicine
British Empire and the Slave Trade
Industrial Revolution and Public Health
Start of the 20th Century
Power, People and Politics
Year 10 – AQA GCSE History (1-9)
Conflict and Tension 1894-1918
Year 11 – OCR GCSE History B (Schools History Project)
Making of America
Map Skills – My Atlas Project
Birmingham and The Commonwealth
South East Asia
Years 10 & 11 (AQA spec)
The Physical Environment
The Living World
The Human Environment
Changing Economic World
Pupils explore the different human and physical processes that shape, where and how humans live around the world. As part of this, humans will explore the reasons why countries have developed faster than others and how place, space and physical activity can shape human lives.
Islam and Judaism
Belief about God
Founder and Holy Text
Place of Worship
Equality and Religion
Good and Evil
Within this programme of study, students overall grade will be comprised of the following:
Ethics – 50%
Philosophy – 50%
Travel and Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the UK and through a combination of practical experience and written assignments, these vocational qualifications provide pupils with the knowledge, skills and understanding needed for a career in this sector. Pupils explore the development of UK tourism, international holiday destinations and factors affecting travel and tourism worldwide.