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Humanities

Humanities is taught to the highest level with distinct lessons in Geography, History and Religious Education.

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  • We were all captivated by our annual Spring into Life event in school today. All pupils from Nursery to Year 8 were involved in another wonderful event of drama by The Saltmine Theatre Company.

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  • An inspirational visit to the monastery at Buckfast Abbey in Devon started with a talk with Brother Christopher, who told us of his life and vocation as a monk. Brother Christopher's day started at 5.30am!

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  • "Our visit began with a tour of the Cathedral. Our guide told us why the Cathedral was built, and how. I was interested in the spire, the tallest in the country, and how it was made into an octagon shape". Follow our link to read more extracts from our pupil diaries!

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  • Monday 14th October 2013 is our Battle of Hastings Day. Please come to school dressed as a Norman knight, housecarl or thegn!

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  • To support their learning in the classroom, Years 3 &4 embarked on a History field trip which supports this term’s study subject which is ‘Settlers and Invaders – The Celts and Romans’.

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