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Humanities and Social Science – Flair Activities Showcase

Humanities and Social Science – Flair Activities Showcase


Richard Dowty
Richard Dowty
Humanities and Social Science – Flair...

This term, the Humanities and Social Science faculty will be introducing stretch and challenge activities open to all students, regardless of their year group and the subjects they study. A new activity will be introduced each term and throughout the rest of the academic year, students can rise to the challenge and show off their research in different creative and interactive projects.

The faculty covers a number of subjects, some which students may never get a chance to study in depth or at all. The hope is that with these opportunities everyone will have the chance to learn about and engage with something they are passionate about, or have not had the opportunity to fully study in their lessons. Additionally, if this is related to a subject you study, it will help you explore key themes and skills.

Each subject within the faculty has come up with a number of interesting tasks revolving around different topics and students will be free to choose an activity that might spark their interest. We’re looking forward to fully launching this in the near future and seeing the hard work produced. Keep an eye open for something that might ignite an interest in you.

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