Welcome to Humanities, Criminology & Law

The Humanities, Criminology & Law learning area is diverse in subject content and offers its students a variety of opportunities, including links with higher education institutions and regular trips to the Houses of Parliament, The Supreme Court, the United Nations in New York and the European battlefields.

Our department offers a welcoming, inspirational and aspirational learning environment to facilitate achievement and preparation for future life.
- Neil Richards, Learning Area Manager for Humanities, Criminology & Law
In 2016 one of our A Level subjects achieved 100% pass rate.

Our Courses

Applied Law

Vocational Level 3

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Criminology

Vocational Level 3

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Criminology

Vocational Level 2

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Government & Politics

A Level

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History

A Level

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Law

A Level

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Law & Legal Work

Vocational Level 2

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Student success

Greg Smith

Greg Smith

Greg focused on Humanities during his time at Itchen, and was thrilled with his high A Level results. He said he was 'sad to leave Itchen', but had a great time during his studies.

Greg gained an A in Religious Studies, a B in History, and a B in Geography.

After Itchen, Greg will begin his studies at the University of Kent, studying Philosophy and Religious Studies.


Department news

Magistrates and Crown Courts Trip

Seven of our first year A Level Law students spent the morning of Monday 23 January visiting Southampton Magistrates and Crown Courts.

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Guest Lecture from University of Southampton Law Students

On Thursday 19 January, our Law students had a guest lecture from four second year Law undergraduates from the University of Southampton.  The Law…

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Law Courts and Parliament Education Centre Trip

On Wednesday 7 December, 28 of our Law students visited Parliament's Education Centre. The students had an informative tour of the palace followed by a Making…

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Key personnel

Neil Richards - Learning Area Manager for Humanities, Criminology & Law

Neil Richards

Teacher of Criminology and Law