“Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science” (Edwin Powell Hubble, The Nature of Science)
Science and the appliance of science are central to our economic future and to our health and wellbeing as individuals and as members of society.
Scientific and technological discovery are driving progress and positive change across our global society. They are fuelling innovation that is leading to continual transformation in the way most of us lead our lives. In a modern and ambitious society like ours, science is vital.
Learning in, and through, the sciences creates opportunities for discovery through which students make sense of, and become passionate about, the environment around them. The sciences develop enquiring minds and nurture learners’ natural curiosity, imagination and creativity. At the very earliest stages, children show wonder and awe as they find out about the natural world and living things.
The Science curriculum reflects our firm belief that all students should have every opportunity to develop their talents to the full. The curriculum prepares students for the rigours of GCSE and A level Sciences.
Our teachers inspire students to achieve in a structured and disciplined learning environment. Assessment is regular, rigorous, objective and an integral part of learning.
At all key stages our intensive, focused teaching ensures that each student is able to reach their maximum potential.