Science is studied by all secondary pupils and involves regular experiments and investigations in a fully equipped science room and laboratory. Science teaching aims to give pupils a wider awareness of how many parts of life work from ourselves and our bodies to the latest technology.  It also promotes curiosity and questioning to make pupils more confident and informed citizens in adult life.

Key Stage 3 Science follows the full National Curriculum allowing pupils to progress to GCSE or Entry level courses at Key Stage 4.  Pupils can study GCSE science in Years 10 and 11, in parallel with Entry level science qualifications, which all pupils work towards.  Hands-on practical work is regularly used, complemented by visual and interactive explanations of the concepts behind the science and literacy work to develop vocabulary and English skills.