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Humanities Trips & Events

‘Out of classroom’ learning is a very important part of the ethos of the Humanities Department and these trips are used to enhance the curriculum in all Humanities subjects. All fieldwork investigations include the collection of primary data which is then analysed and presented in the classroom. Students therefore gain first-hand experience of how to go about conducting an investigation and how to analyse and interpret data.

We currently run the following Fieldwork investigations/Trips within the department:

  • Year 7 Geography Fieldwork Investigation in Pera and Lefkosia (the focus of this investigation is the comparison of urban and rural areas)
  • Year 8 Geography Fieldwork Investigation to Akamas (residential trip involving investigation of coastal processes and features on the first day; with rock climbing, abseiling and survival activities on the second day)
  • Year 8 Weather investigation (which involves students collecting and recording weather data)
  • Year 9 Geography Fieldwork, Tourism Investigation in Agia Napa
  • Year 10 and 11 GCSE Geography Fieldwork in Lefkosia City Centre: Delimitation of the CBD
  • Year 10 and 11 History Trip to Poland
  • Year 12 and 13 Geography A level Fieldwork: changes each year according to specification and student interests

Business Faculty and Humanities Department London Trip in March 2016

London eye photo

It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it
Aristotle