Trinity High School

Humanities and Communication

Staff and Responsibility

Mrs K Hannan
Head of Humanities 

Mrs E Young
Head of History & RE

Mr C Monk
Head of Geography 

Mrs S Walton
Head of MFL Mrs S Walton

Mr J Phillips
Teacher of History 

Mr M Pirrie
Teacher of History 

Mr K Brannan
Teacher of Geography 

Mr T Thomas Deputy Head
Teacher of Geography 

Mr D Saheli (maternity cover)
Teacher of MFL 

Mrs M Letts (maternity leave)
Teacher of MFL 

Mr J Petit Assistant Headteacher
Teacher of MFL 

Miss H Daniels
Teacher of Psychology 

Mrs W Andrews SENCO
Teacher of SMSC 

Humanities and Communication

Humanities subjects at Trinity High School are housed in an extensive suite of rooms in the main school building, we have excellent facilities for the purpose of delivering high quality lessons.

The humanities can be described as the study of how people process and document the human experience. Since humans have been able, we have used philosophy, literature, religion, history and language to understand and record our world. These modes of expression have become some of the subjects that traditionally fall under the humanities umbrella. Knowledge of these records of human experience gives us the opportunity to feel a sense of connection to those who have come before us, as well as to our contemporaries.

Through exploration of the humanities we learn how to think creatively and critically, to reason, and to ask questions. Because these skills allow us to gain new insights into everything from poetry and paintings to business models and politics, humanistic subjects have been at the heart of a liberal arts education since the ancient Greeks first used them to educate their citizens.

Research into the human experience adds to our knowledge about our world. Through the work of humanities scholars, we learn about the values of different cultures, about how history is made. Their efforts preserve the great accomplishments of the past, help us understand the world we live in, and give us tools to imagine the future.

Today, humanistic knowledge continues to provide the ideal foundation for exploring and understanding the human experience. Investigating a branch of philosophy might get you thinking about ethical questions. Learning another language might help you gain an appreciation for the similarities in different cultures. Contemplating a sculpture might make you think about how an artist's life affected her creative decisions. Reading a book from another region of the world, might help you think about the meaning of democracy. Listening to a history course might help you better understand the past, while at the same time offer you a clearer picture of the future.

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