The Biology Department is currently composed of eight full-time teachers supported by a full-time laboratory technician.
Chemistry A level is taught in a suite of six recently refurbished laboratories in the Christ’s Hospital Salters’ School of Chemistry.
Classics is the study of Latin and Ancient Greek language, context, civilisation and history.
The Design Technology Department is an energetic and vibrant place to work and study.
Drama & Theatre Studies
The Drama Department is a thriving and integral part of the school community.
These are fascinating times to be studying A level Economics. Recently, the ‘banking crisis’, and subsequent recession, made us painfully aware of the signiﬁcance of economics to our current and future prosperity.
With growing interest in issues such as climate change, migration, environmental degradation and social cohesion, Geography is one of the most relevant courses you can choose to study.
The aim of the History Department is to encourage our students to develop compassion, curiosity, a critical eye and, in particular, fundamental British values and global awareness.
History of Art
History of Art is an academic subject studied by both practitioners and non-practitioners of art.
As a core subject, we want to inspire all students to learn more about ICT, multimedia and computing.
Language learning at its best can be one of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences that life can offer.
The Mathematics Department – historically known as the Royal Mathematical School – is housed across two floors in the East Classroom block.
The Music Departments aim, and ambition is to develop the skills, creative powers and musical awareness to enable the children, as individuals, for adult life with an appreciation and love of music.
It is the aim of Christ’s Hospital Physics Department that all pupils should experience a positive and rewarding introduction to the fundamentals of this broad subject.