Through the Humanities and Social Sciences, students cultivate a healthy curiosity about the study of humanity, cultures and societies as they develop research, analytical and communication skills.
A key feature of the Humanities and Social Sciences education in SOTA is the emphasis on learner-centred, inquiry-based pedagogies as well as experiential learning to provide the platform for rich and engaged learning. Through these experiences, students are encouraged to recognise their roles, as local and global citizens, who are active contributors to society and the environment.
- Humanities and Social Sciences Festival
- Humanities and Social Sciences Camp for Year 3 students
- Talent Development Programme, which includes workshops, participation in competitions as well as local and overseas educational trips
- Enrichment programme that includes learning journeys, field trips, seminars and more
- Equip students with a critical understanding and appreciation of disciplines within the Humanities and Social Sciences, namely Economics, Geography, History, and Social and Cultural Anthropology
- Nurture awareness of the development of humanity over time
- Develop analytical, decision-making and investigative skills for a critical understanding of the world, both past and present
- Live out values such as empathy and respect for diverse perspectives and cultures
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