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Key Stage 3

A GCSE ready Science student will be equipped with a set of skills and the resilience needed to handle a wide range of problems, enabling them to embrace future study and enter an ever-changing world with ever-changing and unique problems. Students will have a secure body of knowledge, including particles and atoms, life on earth, the human body, electricity and motion and they will also develop a love for science that will allow them to explain why things happen.

Students will develop practical experience and refine these skills over time, from designing simple methods and using logical approaches to solve problems in an unfamiliar context, to enhancing their graphical representation of data approaches and evaluating the quality of data collected and the validity of conclusions subsequently drawn. This can only be diffused and distilled into our students by the infectious passion of our specialist classroom teachers. Their wealth of knowledge guarantees that, through our exciting curriculum, we build bridges across real world contexts, and highlight career paths that are rooted within the science industry to ensure our students have the prerequisite skills and attitudes for a successful future.

Key Stage 4

Please click on the link here to read the subject specification in the Options Booklet and watch the video below to find more about what Triple Science entails from the Head of Subject.

Exam Specifications

GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy Specification Specification for first teaching in 2016 (

GCSE Biology Specification Specification for first teaching in 2016 (

GCSE Chemistry Specification Specification for first teaching in 2016 (

GCSE Physics Specification Specification for first teaching in 2016 (

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