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Humanities

How past affects the present

We teach humanities because we want our pupils to develop an understanding of how events from the past affect the present. We also want them to have an understanding of the increasingly multifaceted character of society.

We achieve this by encouraging them to explore the similarities and differences in the geography and history of Britain, Europe and the world.

This knowledge and awareness helps children to develop useful analytical and comparative skills.

Modern foreign languages

Students are encouraged to be aware of their national and international identity.

Find out how students learn modern foreign languages

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To find out more about humanities at St Piers, call admissions on 01342 831348 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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