If you want to know why the world is the way it is, then the history department is the place to be. We are passionate about history and are dedicated to helping our students understand some of the most important questions facing human kind.
The history department recognises the value of bringing history to life and runs an exciting programme of trips and external speakers. In Year 8, students have the opportunity to visit the battlefields of France and Belgium in order to develop their understanding of conflict over the centuries. Students in Years 10 to 13 can travel to Krakow, Poland to visit the Auschwitz death camp, scene of the murder of 1.5m Jewish people and other minorities during the Holocaust. A Level students visit Hampton Court in support of their Tudor course.
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Miss K Duce is Head of Department and Mr D Bell is Acting Head of Department whilst Miss Duce is on maternity leave. Mr D Edwards is Key Stage 3 Co-ordinator. Other members of the department are Miss S McDonagh, Miss E Mulligan, Mrs N Pearse, Miss N Reynolds (maternity leave) and Miss F Weatherhead.