Welcome to the Science subject page. Below you will find a breakdown of each year group, including the curriculum that is taught, learning demonstrations we use to assess knowledge and skills, what enrichment opportunities the department provides and what can be expected in terms of homework. If you need any further information, please contact our lead, Mr Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We aim to create the best learning environment for all students in Science. To build a place of knowledge, experience and education which inspires, supports, encourages and empowers every student to be a positive citizen of the world; equipped with the skills and knowledge to achieve their full potential. Students will realise the important role that Science has to play in every aspect of their lives and enjoy developing their scientific understanding of everything. We aim to build a 'can do' attitude where students feel safe to express their views and apply their knowledge and understanding to new and unfamiliar contexts. We promote equality and inclusion where every student matters and encourage collaboration with peers regardless of background, gender, race belief or ability.
Mr Hughes, Miss Willerton, Dr Wombwell, Mrs Froment
Science Curriculum Map
Knowledge Organisers Science - KS3
Knowledge Organisers Science - KS4
Homework is set on a regular basis by the class teacher and can be accessed by logging into your Go4Schools account.
Years 7-9 are set weekly homework on Sam learning.
Years 10-11 are expected to complete at least 2 daily goals weekly on Tassomai.
Science club is on a Tuesday afterschool from 3.00-4.00 for years 7 and 8 (See Mr Hughes)
Eco Club is on a Thursday lunchtime for years 7-9 (see Dr Womwell)
Neuroscience club is a Friday lunchtime (see Miss Willerton)
Science support for Year 10 and 11 is available every lunchtime and Mondays after school (3-4)