Saltersgill Avenue, Middlesbrough, Cleveland TS4 3JS

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Prince Bishop School

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History is not just blindly accepting the world for what it says it is but always questioning it.

At Prince Bishop we believe that History helps to make better citizens:

  • Through looking at past events and interpretations of them, students are encouraged to think independently, critically and objectively about the world around them.
  • By engaging with a wide range of historical narratives, students are encouraged to appreciate their place in the broad-sweep of humanity; recognising a common experience which goes beyond national and temporal boundaries. History broadens horizons and promotes cohesion.
  • By engaging with complex and emotive issues in the past, students are led to draw relevant and contemporary parallels which challenge them to maintain open minds and confront prejudice.

 We believe that Prince Bishop Students should be exposed to a range of cultures and experiences beyond their own lives – this helps to promote understanding and tolerance.

A detailed curriculum is coming to this page soon



At Prince Bishop School we believe geography helps our students to make sense of the world around them. Geography will help them to think about and discuss some of the big questions which affect our world and understand the social, economic and physical forces and processes that shape and change our world.

Geography is very relevant to our students, as they will develop knowledge and understanding of current events from the local area to the global.

A detailed Geography curriculum is coming soon which will include improvement of Literacy skills through written work and numeracy skills through when interpretation of data and constructing a range of graphs


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