|Staff Name||Email Address|
|Mr Dhariwal ( Head of Science )||email@example.com|
|Miss Sidhu ( Science Teacher)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Miss Patel ( Science Teacher )||email@example.com|
The Science department builds upon and deepens previous knowledge with understanding and we teach topics within the subject disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics. We integrate with other departments to deliver STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), this provides a platform for more advanced studies, establishing the basis for a wide range of future careers. Science is vital to the world’s future prosperity, and all students are taught essential aspects of the knowledge, methods, processes and uses of science.
These key ideas include:
- the use of models and theories to make sense of natural phenomena
- linking effect to one or more causes
- evidenced change is driven by interactions between different objects and systems
- that many such interactions occur over a distance and over time
- science progresses through a cycle of hypothesis, practical experimentation, observation, theory development and review
- quantitative analysis is a central element both of many theories and of scientific methods of inquiry.
Students develop knowledge and curiosity about the natural world, an appreciation of the relevance of science to their everyday lives. They attain understanding of how different types of enquiry help them to answer scientific questions about the world around them. Learning to apply observational, practical, modelling, enquiry, problem-solving and mathematical skills, both in the laboratory, in the field and in other environments also occurs. Promotion of their ability to evaluate claims based on science through critical analysis of the methodology, evidence and conclusions, both qualitatively and quantitatively is a directive.
New AQA GCSE Specification for Year 10 parents & pupils sitting the 2018 Exams:
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