|Mr Q Berriman – firstname.lastname@example.org||Mr S Campbell – email@example.com|
|Mr W Dymock – firstname.lastname@example.org||Mr R Gopal – email@example.com|
|Mr M Hairsine – firstname.lastname@example.org||Mrs J Hallam – email@example.com|
|Ms E Hanby – firstname.lastname@example.org||Mrs J Herring – email@example.com|
|Ms L Kewney – firstname.lastname@example.org||Mr M List – email@example.com|
|Mrs N Menni – firstname.lastname@example.org||Miss L Pretorius – email@example.com|
|Miss E Roche – firstname.lastname@example.org||Mr B Rosie – email@example.com|
|Mr J Stoddart – firstname.lastname@example.org||Mrs P Verma – email@example.com|
|Mrs S Wiltshire – firstname.lastname@example.org||Ms S Harriman – email@example.com|
The Science Faculty includes the subjects of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The faculty is made up of 18 members of staff that have a range of expertise and subject specialisms. This enables the faculty to deliver a diverse and enriching curriculum for all our students.
In Biology, students will follow OCR A-Level Biology which explores exchange and transport, biodiversity, homeostasis, and evolution. In Chemistry, students will follow OCR A-Level Chemistry. The course allows students to develop an understanding of core organic chemistry, energy, and physical chemistry and transition elements. In Physics, students will follow OCR A-Level Physics A, which explores forces and motion, electrons, waves and photons as well as the Newtonian world and astrophysics.
Schemes of Learning
Each faculty has developed a two-year Scheme of Learning for each subject. The Schemes of Learning outline the curriculum journey that students will embark on during each academic year.
Faculty Assessment and Feedback Policy
Please find a copy of the Faculty Assessment and Feedback policy below. Teachers in the faculty subject areas will follow this policy when assessing students learning and providing feedback.