Science department vision
Inclusivity and progress for all through the provision of a fun and relevant enriched curriculum; where the development of scientific skills and the acquisition of core knowledge is underpinned by practical enquiry and experiential learning.
Useful website links
- Free Science Lessons (YouTube)
- AQA Science - access the GCSE specification, specimen exam papers and mark-schemes, and key exam information
- BBC Bitesize for GCSE Science
- Malmesbury Science YouTube channel - videos of the required practical activities ... great for revision!
- CrashCourse YouTube channel - great for higher-level students and extending your knowledge to A-Level standard- explains challenging scientific concepts in detail.
- PhET - an animations website, great for visualising and modelling scientific concepts.
There are lots of fun ways you can learn Science outside of the curriculum:
“Science You Can’t Live Without” Club - Wednesday lunchtime for Years 7-10, room D8
Animal Club - Thursday lunchtime for Years 7-10, room D6
Science Experiments with Everyday Objects - Thursday lunchtime for Years 7-10, room D7
Want to expand your science knowledge? Check out our reading list for some great ideas of books to read!
From zoologists to meteorologists - there are many exciting jobs that you can apply your skills in Science to!