Achievement through learning and participation
T: Telephone02 4987 4687
In human society and its environment (HSIE), both subjects of history and geography are mandatory from Kindergarten to Year 10.
Students learn specific historical and geographical concepts and skills in history and geography. They also have an opportunity to learn more about people and the societies and environments in which they live through elective subjects in Years 7 to 10 (Stages 4 to 5).
A large number of individual subjects make up the key learning area of HSIE in which students:
In Year 11 and 12, students can choose from a range of HSIE courses. These include:
Mr Todd Hopper - Head Teacher
Ms Liz McCready
Mrs Gabi Yeomans
Ms Jacque Liddell
Ms Clair Wotton
Mr Greg Field
Ms Chloe Barwick
Ms Marlee Brynes
The faculty currently offers Year 11 & 12 students Geography, Modern History, Ancient History, Business Studies, Legal Studies, Retail and Work Studies.
A major priority within HSIE is the use of computer technology in the classroom. HSIE classes use interactive whiteboards, laptops and Canvas to tap into student's interest in future focused learning.
The faculty also offers numerous extra-curricular activities. Competitions include the National History competition and the WESSSTA and National Geographic competitions. Fieldwork excursions that generally run every year include Boomerang Park (Year 7 students), Sydney GATS excursion (Year 9) and Stockton Beach (Year 10). Year 8 history students also participate in a Medieval Incursion, Year 9 have a visit from WWI Living History and Year 10 students experience the NAMBUS.
The HSIE staff has experienced, passionate and dedicated teachers delivering our subjects.
We are committed to help all our students achieve their full potential and walk away from their time at school with a love and appreciation of our world, its people and its history.
80 Mount Hall Road,
Raymond Terrace NSW 2324
telephone 02 4987 4687
We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders both past and present.
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