Names of staff, role & contact details
Organisms – Movement and Cells
Matter – Particle Model and Separation mixtures
Forces – Speed and Gravity
Energy – Energy Costs and energy transfers
Ecosystems – Interdependence and plant reproduction
Reactions – Metals and non-metals
Electromagnets – Voltage, resistance and current
Genes – Variation and Human Reproduction
Earth – Earth Structure and universe
Waves – Sound and Light
Organisms – Breathing and digestion
Matter – Periodic table and Elements
Forces – Contact forces and Pressure
Energy – Work and Heating and cooling
Ecosystems – Respiration and photosynthesis
Reactions – Chemical energy and Types of reaction
Electromagnets – Magnetism and Electromagnets
Genes – Evolution and Inheritance
Earth- Climate and earth resources
Waves – Wave effects and wave properties
In Year 9 our Science department begin GCSE content. Please refer to the GCSE curriculum for information on this.
How and when is my child assessed?
The science department assess pupils in years 7 and 8 every half-term following the Lancashire Assessment model. Over the course of an academic year we assess ‘Working Scientifically’ skills alongside knowledge and understanding of the scientific content, culminating in an end-of-year examination.