History, Geography & RE
Today more than ever it is crucial for all learners to become well-rounded, culturally responsive global citizens, able to understand and interrogate the world around them, and their place in it.
In line with the aims of our QI skills, the ability to interpret and analyse data, problem-solve, communicate and work effectively as part of a team has never been so important when we consider what skills and future challenges lie ahead. There are so many skills that are acquired whilst studying a humanities subject, helping learners build foundations for a successful future.
We encourage children to develop the skills they need to understand and interrogate the world around them, so that they become well-rounded global citizens of tomorrow, leading to positive outcomes for their future endeavours.