Social Subjects

Why study Social Subjects?

Studying Social Subjects will improve your understanding of the world by learning about other people, societies, beliefs and values, in different times and places.

You will develop your general knowledge and thinking skills within social subjects (Geography, History, Modern Studies, and Classical Studies) and or religious and moral education. For example, you might research events from the past by looking at primary sources (original material) and secondary sources (research books or articles). Or, you might compare and contrast a society in the past with your own today, and discuss how they are different or similar

You will learn many important skills on this course that are useful in other areas of study or work. These include numeracy, language and communication, problem solving, reflective skills and ICT skills.

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