Meet the Team
Ms Z Yasmeen, Kent University - BSc(Hons) Chemistry with Management Science and Exeter University – PGCE Secondary Science
Mrs S Bunce, University of Leicester – Bsc(Hons) Chemistry (USA) and Warwick University – PGCE Chemistry
Mr T Gosling, Staffordshire University – Bsc(Hons) Forensic Science and Manchester Metropolitan – PGCE Biology
Mr L Hillman, Anglia Ruskin Cambridge – BSc(Hons) Marine Biology, Zoology with Animal Behaviour and Exeter University – PGCE Secondary Biology
Mrs E Williams, Coventry University – Bsc(Hons) Chemistry with Biochemistry and Warwick University – PGCE Chemistry
Mr A Kanwar, Keele University – BSc(Hons) Biochemistry and Biology and Wolverhampton University – GTP ICT
Ms B Dhillon, Nottingham Trent University – Bsc(Hons) Biomedical Science and University of Leicester – PCGE Biology
Miss J-L Riley, Cardiff Metropolitan University – (BSc Hons) Nutrition and Dietetics and Warwick University – PGCE Chemistry
Mrs J Vaghela, DeMontford University – BSc(Hons) Biomedical Science and University of Leicester – PGCE Chemistry
Mrs J Daniel, Tile Hill College - NVQ Level 1 Teaching Assistant, NVQ Level 3 Childcare and Education and Warwickshire College NVQ Level 2 Teaching Assistant, NVQ Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Mrs P Mistry, Brighton University – Bsc(Hons) Combined Science Biology and Chemistry.
Mrs S Coling, Barkshire College of Agriculture – Veterinary Nursing
Key Stage Three
Key Stage Three Science serves as the foundation for GCSE. Students develop an extensive subject
knowledge base which will be invaluable at GCSE. In Key Stage Three, students have the opportunity to study across the three disciplines Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Topics include: Earth and Space, Reactions and Reactivity, Muscles and Bones and Forces.
A detailed Year 7 curriculum can be found here.
A detailed Year 8 curriculum can be found here.
Key Stage Four
At Key Stage Four, students have the opportunity to study a separate sciences curriculum and/or a combined science curriculum. Students can select to specialise within each discipline if they wish, choosing to study Chemistry, Physics and/or Biology as they so wish. Similarly, students can follow the combined curriculum where they study a mixture of all three disciplines. This curriculum framework is designed to ensure all students have the opportunity to study Science Post 16.
A detailed combined curriculum can be found here.
Key Stage Five
For A Level study, students are asked to specialise in separate Science disciplines, studying Physics, Biology or Chemistry. However, there are opportunities for students who excel at GCSE to study all three separate disciplines in Post 16. For students looking for a broader Science curriculum at Key Stage Five, we offer the BTEC Applied Science qualification which is predominantly coursework based but does have an external examination component.
More details can be found here.