The study of History is critical for our students to ground their understanding of the present in a deep appreciation of the past. In their search for personal meaning they should be enabled to put things in perspective and evaluate their lives and the lives of others, so they can come to recognise God’s calling and purpose.
To develop our students as responsible citizens through an appreciation of the diversity of the local, national and international communities in which we live.
To learn from the experiences of others, especially the injustice of discrimination and racism, reinforcing our belief in the equality of God’s human family.
To develop their skills of enquiry and independent thought to have the courage of their convictions and to value the opinions of others.
To be enabled to question and challenge the moral and political dilemmas that societies have faced both past and present, to grow up as reflective and thoughtful adult members of society.