DTS100 - Digital Technology Studies
GEO100 - Geography
HIS100 - History
DTS200 - Digital Technology Studies
GEO200 - Geography
HIS200 - History
TOR200 - Tourism
DTS300 - Digital Technology Studies
GEO - Geography
HIS300 - History
TOR300 - Tourism
CLA300 - Classical Studies
What is the Social Sciences?
The social sciences learning area is about how societies work and how people can participate as critical, active, informed, and responsible citizens. Contexts are drawn from the past, present, and future and from places within and beyond New Zealand.
Why Social Sciences?
Through the social sciences, students develop the knowledge and skills to enable them to: better understand, participate in, and contribute to the local, national, and global communities in which they live and work; engage critically with societal issues; and evaluate the sustainability of alternative social, economic, political, and environmental practices.
What does the Social Sciences look like at FFC?
Junior School: Social Studies and Digital
Senior School: Geography, History, Tourism, Classical Studies (Year 13 only) and Digital.
All students at Fairfield College will undertake Social Studies and Digital in the junior school (Year 9 and 10) as compulsory subjects. In the senior school (Years 11-13), students can specialize in four subjects and Classical Studies in Year 13.