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Humanities News

News from our Humanities (History, Geography, Religious Studies and Travel & Tourism) Faculty

For more information about subjects taught by this Faculty, please see the subject pages for Geography, History, Key Stage 3 Humanities, R.E. and Travel & Tourism

To meet our Humanities Faculty staff, please click here.

Key Stage 3 Black History Month Project

To celebrate Black History Month KS3 students in Humanities have been given the task of researching some of the many significant black figures in the fields of Geography, History and Religious Studies. Your task is to design a one side A4 profile of the individual you are researching. The best work from Years 7, 8 and 9 will be used for a new display within the Humanities area, celebrating the achievements of these amazing men and women. Further information on the task can be found here

Year 11 Geography Revision

In preparation for the Year 11 mock exams, Mr Sterlini has created a revision list for the Year 11 Geography paper which can be found here

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  • Climate Change Drop Down Day

    Published 07/10/19

    Humanities Faculty Focus on our Planet's Biggest Challenge

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  • Year 7 Trip to Rochester

    Published 20/03/19

    Humanities Visit to the Medieval Kent City

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  • GCSE Geography Field Trip

    Published 18/03/19

    Year 11 students travel to Walton-on-the-Naze

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  • Trip to Auschwitz

    Published 28/01/19

    WSFG Humanities Teachers Visit

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  • Field Work Completed in E17

    Published 20/12/18

    Year 11 Geography Students Survey Mini-Holland

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  • Together, Walthamstow Remembers

    Published 19/11/18

    "In Flanders fields the poppies blow, Between the crosses, row on row"

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  • Remember Together

    Published 09/11/18

    Joint project with Eden Girls School 

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  • Academic Challenge Day at Forest School

    Published 05/09/18

    Year 9 students spend the day exploring politics

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