Meet the team:
Dr G Cosquer - Head of Science - email@example.com
Miss L Lewis - Deputy Head of Science - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr M Burnley - Teacher of Science - email@example.com
Mrs R Calcutt - Teacher of Science - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr J Finer - Teacher of Science - email@example.com
Mrs L Hull - Teacher of Science - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr M O'Brien - Teacher of Science - email@example.com
Mrs l Wilson - Teacher of Science - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Key Stage 4 Science courses offered to pupils aim to develop their interest in, and enthusiasm for, Science. They are also designed to equip pupils with the scientific skills, knowledge and understanding of how science works and its essential role in society.
From September students will study for 3 separate Science GCSEs (triple award): Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The triple award broadens the students’ understanding of Science at KS4, and give them any significant advantage for AS and A2 courses. There are two tiers of assessment: Foundation (G-C) and Higher (D-A*).
There is also an Investigative Skills Assignment worth 25% which is externally set but internally assessed known as the Science Centre-Assessed Unit for each of the 3 separate Sciences. The centre-assessed unit is not tiered.
Students will be taught 2 hours a week in Biology, Chemistry and Physics (6 hours of Science a week).
We anticipate that many of our students will go on to study Biology, Chemistry or Physics at Advanced level and to pursue careers in a wide variety of areas, for example environmental study, medicine, veterinary science, engineering, agriculture and teaching.
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