Why is Science Important?
Science is everywhere in our day to day lives. It can help to answer all those questions children ask, like ‘Why does the moon appear during daylight?’ and ‘How do airplanes stay up in the sky?’
Why should children learn Science?
Encouraging your children to learn science will help them to uncover new beneficial discoveries in the future and develop their knowledge as these skills will be used to prepare for GCSE exams and SATs.
Contents of science
Science is divided into 3 categories such as; Biology (the study of living organisms), Chemistry (investigations of reactions) and Physics (the study of nature and properties of matter and energy).
Science at School
Science is studied in detail starting from KS4 (Year 10). StudyBox provides teaching and learning experiences starting from KS3 to enable children to achieve highest possible standards at GCSE level.
What methods we use to teach
- Teaching topics using whiteboard
- Verbal Class quizzes
- Written Exams
- Various levels of Worksheets
- Encouraging students to make revision notes in diverse ways (revision cards, booklets)
- Interactive Science Education videos
After learning science and continuous practice, many students show positive progress and attain better results. We consistently encourage the development of their scientific skills and attitudes to provide lifelong learning.
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