The sciences curriculum area includes the study of planet Earth; forces, electricity and waves; biological systems; materials; and topical science.
Through learning in the sciences, children and young people develop their interest in, and understanding of, the living, material and physical world. They engage in a wide range of collaborative investigative tasks, which allows them to develop important skills to become creative, inventive and enterprising adults in a world where the skills and knowledge of the sciences are needed across all sectors of the economy.
- Ms R Blair (Principal Teacher of Sciences, Chemistry)
- Ms S Bowie (Biology)
- Mrs C Lathe (Biology, Horticulture)
- Ms H Le-Mar (Physics, Maths)
- Dr D Robertson (Biology)
- Miss L Stevenson (Chemistry)
- Mr Swanson (Physics, Maths)
- Miss Walker (Biology)