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We are committed to ensuring that all pupils make excellent progress in History, Geography, RE and Politics through experiencing excellent teaching and an engaging curriculum that motivates them to succeed. Where possible, cross-curricular links will be made to help to build connections in their memory, helping students to value equality and tolerance through knowledge of the world around them.

We aim to give students a Humanities' curriculum that inspires them to become confident and independent learners who can understand and use different knowledge and skills to complement them in school and in the wider world. We aim to engage students in real life experiences both inside and outside of school through carefully planned educational visits, and in-school visitors to enrich students culturally and to help them create and understand their civic identity.

We aim to teach students to argue, listen, understand and respect the views of those around them and to help them to be valuable members of the local and national community.