The Humanities discipline is all about developing in students an understanding of themselves and
the world around them. History allows students to learn from the past in preparation for the
future. Geography develops in students an understanding of the complexity of the relationship that
exists between Man and the physical environment. Social Studies brings to the forefront issues that
affect societies around the world.
Humanities teachers are committed to developing students with critical thinking skills that will allow
them to manage ambiguity, in the process of cultivating confident, upright individuals. Students engage
in value-laden lessons which them values such as empathy towards others. They also learn to
view issues from multiple perspectives. Teachers also make use of ICT (Information and
Communication Technology) in their lessons to engage the students and deepen their learning.
The Humanities Curriculum comprises of the following programmes: