We believe that all students have the right to a rigorous scientific education, regardless of whether they intend to enter a scientific workplace in the future. In science lessons, we aim to develop students’ problem-solving, communication, and critical thinking skills as well as providing them with the technical skills they will need in the modern world. Experimentation is a vital part of the scientific method and we put practical science at the heart our students' learning. We want students to be inspired by the ideas that they meet in their science lessons, to share in the joy of making scientific discoveries, and to be curious about the world around them for the rest of their lives.
For further information about the science curriculum, please contact Mr Roberts Rayne (Head of Department): firstname.lastname@example.org