EXPRESSIVE ARTS FACULTY
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SCIENCE SUBJECTS FACULTY INTRODUCTION
SOCIAL SUBJECTS FACULTY INTRODUCTION
Religious and Moral Education
Travel and Tourism
Through social studies young people develop their understanding of the world by learning about other people and their values, in different times, places and circumstances; they also develop their understanding of their environment and how it has been shaped. Scottish, British, European and Global contexts are used for learning about historical, social, geographic, economic and political issues. The promotion of active citizenship is a central feature of learning in social studies as young people develop skills and knowledge to enable and encourage participation within their local community and to support them in considering and developing their roles as active and informed citizens in the wider world.
Religious and moral education enables children and young people to explore the world’s major religions, and views which are independent of religious belief, and to consider the challenges posed by these beliefs and values. It supports them in developing and reflecting upon their values and their capacity for moral judgement. Through developing awareness and appreciation of the value of each individual in a diverse society, religious and moral education engenders responsible attitudes to other people.
Curriculum Leader Mrs P. McClellan
Geography Mr N. Boyd, Miss C. King, Mrs P. McClellan, Miss E Sheddon
History Mr R. Beattie, Mr D. Beard, Mr D. Cameron, Mr J. Edwards
Modern Studies Mr R. Beattie
RME Mrs A. Lynas, Miss D. Machado, Mrs L. Young
Travel and Tourism Miss C. King
S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6
Geography √ √ √ N3/4/5 N4/5 Higher N4/5 Higher
History √ √ √ N3/4/5 N4/5 Higher N4/5 Higher
Modern Studies Higher
RME √ √ √ N3/4/5 N4/5 Higher N4/5 Higher
Travel and Tourism √
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