Science is a core subject that all pupils study from Year 7 to Year 11.

All science courses are challenging and encourage pupils to:

We seek to inspire the next generation of scientists who will help tackle the challenges we face in the 21st Century.

Pupils study science for a number of periods per week and a high level of commitment is required.

Summary of Subject Content

Lower School (KS3)

The course helps develop the scientific skills that are essential to all 3 sciences: biology, chemistry and physics.

Year 7

Topics include:

Scheme of Work

Year 7

Year 8

Topics include:

Scheme of Work

Year 8

Upper School (KS4/GCSE)

We begin study towards the GCSE specification at the beginning of Year 9.

At KS4 students study GCSE Combined Science (2 GCSEs). Students will gain their GCSEs based on their performance the final exams at the end of year 11.

In addition some Year 11 students study additional content in order to gain Triple Science (overall 3 GCSEs).

Scheme of Work

GCSE Biology - Combined Science

GCSE Biology - Separates

GCSE Chemistry - Combined Science

GCSE Chemistry - Separates

GCSE Physics - Combined Science

GCSE Physics - Separates

Exam Board/Division of Exam and Course Work


Y11 Revision Resources

Unit B2 - The Components of Life.ppt

Unit B3 - Using Biology.ppt

Unit C1 - Chemistry in our World.ppt

Unit C2 - Discovering Chemistry 1.ppt

Unit C2 - Discovering Chemistry 2.ppt

Unit C3 - Chemistry in Action.ppt

Unit P1 - Universal Physics 1.ppt

Unit P1 - Universal Physics 2.ppt

Unit P1 - Universal Physics 3.ppt

Unit P2 - Physics for your Future 1.ppt

Unit P2 - Physics for your Future 2.ppt

Unit P2 - Physics for your Future 3.ppt

Unit P3 - Applications of Physics.ppt