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Middlewich High School

Achievement for all

Science

"Working together to achieve success."

Our Staff

Mr I A Wilson 
Head of Department

Mr A P Bayley 

Miss C L Holmes 

Mr A D McAdam 
(2nd in Department)

Mr M A Priestley 

Mr S J Wiseman 

Mr M Taylor

Dr N Bellingham

Mrs D Grierson

Mrs C Hancock
Science Technician

INTRODUCTION

The Science department has a proven track record in offering a high quality curriculum which matches the needs of our pupils. We are very proud of our record in the Separate Sciences with many pupils going to study Science in Further Education. Our lessons are stimulating and relevant to everyday experiences using the TEEP framework.

DEPARTMENT AIMS

  • To show how Science impacts on our everyday life in a stimulating and exciting way.

KEY STAGE 3

We follow the new QCA Scheme of Work at KS3 in a condensed version over two years. The Scheme fully encompasses the School’s TEEP framework.

KEY STAGE 4

We offer AQA Triple Science to our most able students as a compulsory subject. This far exceeds Government targets for students to study Triple Science with around 40% uptake compared to 25% nationally. Other pupils study Combined Science GCSE.

EXTRA-CURRICULAR

  • Year 7 Chester Zoo
  • Year 11 Science/Art revision weekend at the Conway Centre
  • Y10 visits to Sir John Deane’s sixth form college - click here to see pictures and find out more about one of our trips.

OTHER DEPARTMENTAL INFORMATION.

We now offer GCSE Astronomy as an option with 17 pupils currently in Year 10 starting the course. We have links with Sir John Moores University in Liverpool where pupils have accounts in order to access the National Schools Observatory in Tenerife. We have just received the first pictures back from the Moon. We also have a live twitter feed @mhsspace in which pupils can follow all the latest news from NASA and ESA to supplement their learning. The PTFA fully funded a remote control telescope in order for the pupils to complete their Astronomy coursework.

You can find our Astronomy Twitter profile here: @mhsspace. If you would like to find out more about our telescope and the photographs taken with it, click here.