Humanities offers a wide range of engaging and challenging A Level courses including Religious Studies, History and Geography.
Students benefit from individualised attention and unique opportunities to engage in debates and interesting discussions, developing their knowledge of the wider world and cultural issues.
Key skills of analysis, essay-writing and debate are nurtured across the faculty, which has a proven track record of success in examinations. Our academic courses offer a strong emphasis on preparing students for university through developing higher level skills in critical analysis, interpretation and evaluation. The study of Humanities subjects can lead to various career opportunities including: the legal profession, the civil service, working for local/national government, work in education, human resources management, environmental work, journalism, media work, public relations, social work and many more.