Teacher in Charge: S. Scourfield
All Year 10 students will study Science as it is a compulsory core subject and is an essential base for year 11 Science.
Science is learning about how the world around and within us works. Students learn how to inquire, observe, and write in a Science context. Activities will involve: experiments, discussion, inquiry, ICT and many other hands on learning tasks.
The aim of year 10 Science is to:
Topics covered in the year 10 course will look at the following questions.
Why do teeth rot? How do heart attacks occur? What are your feelings about genetic engineering? What is the Earth made up of? Why does Aotearoa have so many earthquakes? Learn these ideas and much much more in Science.
Year 11 Primary Industries, Year 11 Science - Crashes and Flashes, Year 11 Science - Forensic & Marine Science, Year 11 Science - Knees, Leaves and Family Trees, Year 11 Science - Life on Mars, Year 11 Science - Magnificent Microbes and Interesting Inheritance, Year 11 Science - Radical Reactions and Captivating Chemistry, Year 11 Science - Reproduction Reality and Kiwi Kai, Year 11 Science - This IS Rocket Science!Contributions and Equipment
All students need: pens, pencils, ruler, eraser, glue stick, highlighters, coloured pencils, scissors for all classes
Specific requirements for this class are:
2 x 1E5 or 1B5 Exercise Book or equivalent