Science Faculty

Science stimulates and excites pupils' curiosity about phenomena and events in the world around them. It also satisfies this curiosity with knowledge.  Because science links direct practical experience with ideas, it can engage learners at many levels. Scientific method is about developing and evaluating explanations through experimental evidence and modelling.  This is a spur to critical and creative thought.

Through the study of science at both GCSE and A-Level our pupils understand how major scientific ideas contribute to technological change - impacting on industry, business and medicine and improving the quality of life around them. Pupils recognise the cultural significance of science and trace its worldwide development. They learn to question and discuss science-based issues that may affect their own lives, the direction of society and the future of the world.

To view the curriculum plans for science please click on the links below:
- Key Stage 3 Science

- Key Stage 4 Core Science
- Key Stage 4 Additional Sciences
- Key Stage 4 Separate Sciences

- Key Stage 4 Physics
- Key Stage 4 Biology
- Key Stage 4 Chemistry

- A-Level Biology
- A Level Physics
- A-Level Chemistry

If you require further information, or wish to visit a department please contact the Director of Faculty (Science), Ms J Lyons by calling 01204 333266 or email