Humanities

Additional Activities:

  • History residential trip to Berlin and Krakow
  • Politics trip to London
  • Geography residential trip to the Lake District and local fieldwork trips
  • Geology residential trip to Arran and local fieldwork trips
  • Archaeology and Ancient History trip to the British Museum and local fieldwork trips
  • Religious Studies trip to the British Museum and London

Popular Combinations:

These subjects combine well with each other, but you can also choose to study one alongside a variety of A Levels from a range of disciplines.Popular choices include:

Possible Progression:

These subjects will support your application for a wide range of HE courses and can lead to a huge variety of careers.Examples include areas such as Journalism, Teaching, Social Work, Surveying, Landscape Architecture, the Civil Service, Law and the Police Service.

Results 2016

Topic Pass Rate%
Ancient History 85
Archaeology 100
Geography 100
Government and Politics 99
History 100
Philosophy 89
Religious Studies 97
Sociology 100
Jennifer Broadbent

Student Case Study

Jennifer Broadbent

Jennifer graduated in 2005 and spent some time gaining work experience. She volunteered at Hatworks Museum in Stockport and completed internships at the Wordsworth Trust in Cumbria and the Mount Hood Cultural Centre and Museum in New York.

Jennifer then completed her Masters and went on to work at the Museum of Wigan Life. Since June 2012, she has been the Museum Manager of the Rochdale Pioneers Museum.