Science at One In A Million Free School aims to ensure that all students:

Develop scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding through units of biology, chemistry and physics topic.

Develop understanding of the processes and methods of science through practical and investigative learning that help them to answer scientific questions about the world around them.

Student will become equipped with the scientific knowledge required to understand the uses and implications of science, today and for the future.

KS3 Science Topics:

  • Introduction to Science
  • Particles
  • Cells
  • Reproduction
  • Forces
  • Elements and Atoms
  • Acids & Alkalis
  • Energy
  • Digestion
  • Food Chains
  • Separation
  • Space
  • Sound
  • Forces
  • Pollution
  • Microbes
  • The Body & Plants
  • Drugs
  • Pressure
  • Light
  • Rocks
  • Digestion

These topics provide the foundation for Key Stage 4.

Key Stage 4

Students begin studying their dual-award GCSE science in year 9. This allows students time to come to grips with an ever expanding subject content and develop important exam skills. Students are taught in rotation with subject specialists in Biology, Chemistry and Physics to ensure they are receiving the highest quality of learning possible, and are able to explore their developing interests in each scientific discipline with relevant support.

The science department is committed to providing students with opportunities to complete practical learning and to engage in science through the application of relatable and exciting contexts.