All students will study material from both Greece and Rome and their surrounding worlds, drawn from diverse time periods ranging from Archaic Greece to Imperial Rome. This material will encompass aspects of literature, visual/material culture and classical thought in their respective social, historical and cultural contexts. Students will study a range of evidence, and use this to form substantiated judgements and responses.
Head of Faculty: Miss L. Savidge
English is the basis for the overwhelming majority of our communication, as a school, a community and throughout our country. It is also the primary language of much of the world. Our English Faculty teaches all of the nuances of communication from entry in year 7. A broad range of language and literature genres are studied and our students develop the skills of confident writers and speakers, with the capacity to analyse text in depth and construct coherent and well-structured arguments.