Humanities and Social Sciences
The study of Humanities and Social Sciences is based on a multiple social sciences disciplinary approach to learning. The study is progressive, innovative and relevant with a focus on delivering a balanced Western Australian curriculum that provides an in-depth study examining the past, engaging in the present and planning for the future.
The Humanities and Social Sciences Learning Area is committed to the development of high quality educational experiences that promotes excellence and equity in education for all students. A rigorous, relevant and engaging Modified Learning Program will take into account the range of our students’ current levels of literacy, learning, strengths, goals and interests and make adjustments where necessary to cater for individual student needs.
We provide a balanced curriculum in a technologically stimulating environment, which connects learning in the middle childhood phase of development to that of the senior secondary years of schooling. Students use ebooks and many of our staff are trialling the use of OneNote in their classrooms to better facilitate the distribution of work activities and assessment information. This approach is the ideal framework to enable our students to consistently achieve outstanding results in their final year of study and in their examinations in the disciplines offered by this learning area.
|Year 7||Year 8||Year 9||Year 10||Year 11 and 12|
|Modified Program||Modified Program||Modified Program||Modified Program|
|Gifted and Talented||Gifted and Talented||Gifted and Talented||Gifted and Talented||Gifted and Talented Supplementary Program|
|Geography and Earth and Environmental Science||Geography and Earth and Environmental Science||Geography and Earth and Environmental Science||Geography and Earth and Environmental Science||Earth and Environmental Sciences ATEES|
|History and Culture||History and Culture||History and Culture||History and Culture||Economics ATAR 11 and ATECO|
|Civics and Citizenship, Law and Government||Civics and Citizenship, Law and Government||Civics and Citizenship, Law and Government||Civics and Citizenship, Law and Government||Certificate II in Business|
|Economics & Business||Economics and Business||Economics and Business||Economics and Business||Modern History ATAR 11 and ATHIM Modern History General 11|
|Political and Legal Studies ATAR 11 and ATPAL|
|Accounting and Finance ATAR 11 and ATACF|
|Geography ATAR 11|
|Philosophy & Ethnics ATAR 11 and ATPAE|