Science is a subject that allows students to question and investigate the world around them, covering topics through Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
|Mrs H. Shelton||Head of Science||Mrs K, Biggar||Second in Science||Mr D. Woffindin||Lead Teacher of Science||Miss J Clough||Teacher of Science||Mr A. Dye||Teacher of Science||Miss J Harper||Teacher of Science||Dr A Booth||Teacher of Science||Mr J. Trueman||Science Technician||Mr J Humphries||1:1 Science Teacher|
The Science course at Key Stage 3 provides students with the necessary skills and knowledge to access the GCSE Science course in Key Stage 4. Students cover a wide variety of topics during Year 7 and 8, that include topics from Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
If you would like further information about the topics and themes being taught please contact: Mrs H Shelton.
Year 11 students are following the final year of AQA GCSE Core and Additional Science or GCSE separate sciences in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The courses encourage students to understand theoretical concepts alongside developing practical Science skills. Each GCSE is assessed by three separate exams altogether as well as a controlled assessment completed in lesson time.
ALL GCSE Science (2016/17) are assessed in the following way:
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