This year, through major studies in WWII, Rights and freedoms and the Environmental movement from 1960 – to the present, students will discover the fascinating aspects of history. The information they learn will be used in relevant, creative ways that encourage active input into their own uncovering of history.
Geography (Term 1 & 3)
Research and understanding of Environmental change and Management as well as the Geography of human well-being will be explored. Learning about culture, climate, tourism, resources and trade, and how the geography of various countries impact these issues. The Grade 10 Geography program allows the student to have a greater understanding of our countries’ relationship with others.