Sciences

Why study Science?

 

Science is vital to developments in medicine, industry, health and the environment, to name but a few. As a scientist you need to be good at solving problems and able to explain your work to other people. You will learn how to think in a scientific and analytical way.

The skills you learn in this course are useful in many careers ranging from medicine, manufacturing and agriculture to environmental health.

During S1 – S3 pupils will study a combination of biology, chemistry and physics.

Pupils work is assessed by the class teacher on an ongoing basis throughout the course. Items of work might include:

  • practical work – practical experiments
  • written work – research assignments and reports
  • projects
  • class-based exams.

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