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Teaching & Learning

Science

Science is organised curiosity; always question, always wonder!

To stimulate a lifelong curiosity which allows you to understand and contribute to the wider world and to begin the journey to reshape the world around you.

The Science Team
Mrs J Needham Director of Science
Mrs L Warnett Assistant Headteacher Teacher of Science
Mr D Kemp Lead Teacher
Mrs E van den Bron Leading Teacher
Mrs N Bainbridge Teacher of Science
Miss I Ford Teacher of Science
Miss R Fox Teacher of Science
Mr P Matthews Teacher of Science
Miss A Moores Teacher of Science
Mr D Rockett Teacher of Science
Mrs D Smith Teacher of Science
Mr J Wilkinson Teacher of Science

Key Stage 3 

Year 7 Science

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Ecology

Cells

Healthy living

Inheritance - Evolution and variation

Particulate nature

Chemical reactions

Space

Energy

Forces

Year 8 Science

The body

Reproduction

Bioenergetics

Chemical formulae

Development of the periodic table

Materials / rock cycle

How science works

Electricity

Waves

Magnetism

Key Stage 4

GCSE Combined Science

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Year 9

Cell biology

Organisation

 

Atomic structure and the Periodic table

Structures and bonding

Energy

Particle model

Electricity

Year 10

Infection and response

Bioenergetics

Inheritance, variation and evolution

Ecology (Part A)

 

Chemical changes

Energy changes

Quantitative chemistry

The rate and extent of chemical change

Chemistry of the atmosphere

Electricity

Atomic structure

Forces and motion

Year 11

Homeostasis and response

Ecology (Part B)

 

Organic chemistry

Chemical analysis

Using resources

Forces and application

Waves

Magnetism and electromagnetism

 

GCSE Separate Sciences

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Year 9

Cell biology

Organisation

 

Atomic structure and the Periodic Table

Bonding, structure and the properties of matter

Energy

Particle model

Electricity

Year 10

Infection and response

Bioenergetics

Inheritance, variation and evolution

Ecology (Part A)

Chemical changes

Energy changes

Quantitative chemistry

Reaction rates

Organic Chemistry

Electricity

Atomic structure

Forces and motion

Forces and application

 

Year 11

Ecology (Part B)

Homeostasis and response

 

Chemistry of the atmosphere

Chemical analysis

Using resources

Waves

Magnetism and electromagnetism

Space

Sixth Form 

Wolfreton is part of The Consortium Sixth Form Partnership and all sixth form course information can be found on on its website the-consortium.org