The humanities are academic disciplines that study human culture. Humanities gives you the opportunity to study the world that human beings have created for themselves. We look into politics, philosophy, history and the cultures that people develop through their literature, religion and communication. The humanities are also concerned with the physical nature of the world humans have built for themselves on the earth through the study of social and physical geography.



Ms T Booth (Faculty Head currently on secondment) – Modern Studies

Mr N Burgess (Principal Teacher currently Acting Faculty Head) – Geography

Mr R Knak – Religious, Moral and Philosophical Education

Mrs LM Ritchie – Modern Studies

Mr J Davidson (Principal Teacher) – History

Mr A Parker – History

Ms L Bruce – Geography

Miss L Bowman – Religious, Moral and Philosophical Education