Humanities Faculty Leader - Miss R Koller Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
The One World Humanities Faculty offers aspiring learners the opportunity to complete their studies by adding such classical yet challenging subjects as History, Geography and Religious Studies. These subjects also facilitate the completion of requirements for achieving the ‘English Baccalaureate’ as they are recognized as the gold standard for future entry to sought after institutions at sixth form and also highly valued universities. The Faculty is uniquely placed in nurturing knowledge and research skills in Humanities. The Faculty offers aspiring learners unique opportunities to develop their talents in the following GCSE’s:
The above will open doors to a brighter future with careers ranging from those available in Archaeology, Teaching, Museum Curatorship as well as Meteorology.
Year 7 Map skills – focussing on different types of maps, how to use maps, creating maps, problem solving using maps, four and six-figure grid references. Kings and Queens – Tudors – looking at the Tudor monarchy, their influence, how they altered Britain, the importance of religion, historic skills. RE – religious traditions in the UK – focussing on the main religions that are practiced in the UK and how followers peacefully coexist, community cohesion etc. Geography – Energy and the environment – pollution, renewable and non-renewable energy sources, alternative forms of energy, provision for the future. History – The Norman Conquest. The Battle of Hastings 1066, how England changed as a result of the Norman Conquest looking at areas of every day life.
Year 8 History – The Industrial Revolution – how did it change Britain? Looking at work, health, leisure, population, education etc. RE – Religious leaders – comparing the main religious leaders of the world’s major religions. Why were they good leaders and how do their actions influence their followers today? Geography – Ecosystems – the rainforest. History – The First World War – MAIN causes of WWI, alliances, warfare, stalemate, reparations and consequences. RE – Religious festivals – looking at a religious festival from each major world religion. Geography – restless earth – natural hazards such as earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes etc.
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