Humanities offers a wide range of engaging and challenging A Level courses including Religious Studies, History, Geography and Travel & Tourism.

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.