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On behalf of the team welcome to Humanities at Lutterworth college. Whilst we recognise that top grades at GCSE and A level are incredibly important we also believe that our faculty can enrich students understanding of the world regardless of their ability.

Our ethos is to encourage students to understand and question the world around them. Whether this is the geographical environment, the past, the present, the political system, religious views and the individual mind.

We offer a broad spectrum of subjects across all key stages and believe that these provide students with transferable skills of analysis and evaluation.

We are currently based in H block mobile and T block. We look forward to meeting you at future open evenings or on visits to the college.


Heidi Fitzgerald

Head of faculty

                                       Key Stage 3                               Key Stage 4                               Key Stage 5

Faculty news:


All Humanities subjects made improvements in their A level results in 2017. This reflected the hard work and dedication of both students and staff. History, Psychology and Sociology students sat the new qualifications. A significant proportion of students in these subjects achieved the highest grades possible, with all three subjects performing about National Average. Almost a third of History students achieved A*/A and 45.8% of Sociology students achieved A*/A.

Geography, Leisure Studies, Politics and Religious Studies students sat the legacy qualification. 90% of Geography students achieved A*-B. 100% of students achieved grades A*-C in Religious studies.

We welcome three new members of staff to our teaching team: Mr Hill and Mr Holden in Geography and Mr Thompson in History. 

Two of our Year 9 students will shortly be accompanying Ms Shimoda on a trip the Battlefields in Belgium to mark the centenary of the First World War. They will then be invited to share their experience with other students at the college. Watch this space!