Science


Learning in the Broad General Education S1 – S3

Senior Phase S4 – S6

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Scottish Baccalaureate In Science


Faculty of Science

Brief description of Faculty

The Faculty of Science comprises Physics, Chemistry and Biology.  Our aim is to ensure that every pupil achieves their full potential in Science.  Inspiring pupils for further study of Science beyond school is one of our main goals.  We aim to ensure lessons are as stimulating and practically-based as possible, to spark a keen interest in Science in our pupils.

We are very well-equipped with 9 full-size laboratories and a small laboratory for work with senior pupils.  We are supported by a full-time Science Technician who also has her own preparation room.

Class sizes are restricted to 20 pupils in Science.

We are very fortunate to have access to a bookable class set of iPads and new laptop computers to allow pupils to employ digital literacy in their Science work.

We also have a thriving STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Club.  The club meets on Wednesdays at lunchtime.  New members are always warmly welcomed.

We hope the additional information in these pages answers any questions you may have about learning in the Science Faculty, but please do not hesitate to contact us should you require any further information about the Faculty.


Who’s Who in the Faculty of Science

 

Faculty Head of Science – Mr Stuart Sweeney

 

Teachers of Biology

Mr Stuart Sweeney

Miss H Robertson

Mr S King

Miss J Jewell

 

Teachers of Chemistry

Mr I Johnston

Mr F Hepburn

Ms J Day

 

Teachers of Physics

Mr D Luchoomun

Mr S Dempsey


Staff Training!

Staff Training!

Construct a Crane Certificate

Construct a Crane Certificate

Regional winners in the construct a crane challenge

Regional winners in the construct a crane challenge

S1 Fun Organ Aprons

S1 Fun Organ Aprons

Supported Study Poster

Supported Study Poster

 

 

 

 


Weblinks

http://www.oronsay.org/Biology.htm

http://www.brightredbooks.net/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

http://evans2chemweb.co.uk/ – Useful revision notes and resources login and password are required but are available from teachers.

www.sqa.org.uk – search the subject pages for information and past papers for each science subject.