Graham School @grahamschoolWell done to our Y7 football team who remain undefeated! We are really proud of them! Tonight they drew 2 - 2 at final time at George Pindar School & then won 7 - 6 on penalties! An exciting match! Thanks Mr Francis for coaching the boys. Well done to both teams! #TeamWorkhttps://t.co/54Oko3me3u2 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschool***Dutch Football Tour Trip Meeting***
Year 7,8 & 9 Dutch Football Tour May 2020
We will be holding an Information Evening for Parents/Carers. Thursday 27th February from 6-7pm
Should you have an queries please do not hesitate to contact the school. https://t.co/jBejVuIW3L3 weeks ago
Science is vital to understand how the world around us works. The skills developed in Science link into many other curriculum subjects. Students will develop practical, observational and analytical skills throughout the different topics that cover Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Topic areas include animal and plant biology, carbon chemistry, the periodic table, application of forces and the electromagnetic spectrum amongst many others. There is a strong emphasis on practical science in this course and students will complete a range of required experiments.
What can I do afterwards?
The qualification will award two GCSE grades. Students achieving grade 5 or above will be able to access A Level Biology, Chemistry or Physics courses or the equivalent in Further Education establishments. There are two papers available Higher and Foundation. Higher level students can gain grades 4–9 and Foundation level students can gain grades 1–5.
“Look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious.”
On Wednesday this week 6 of our Year 10 Latin students took part in a 3 hour session with a visiting lecturer from @UniversityLeeds Classics department. All the students involved revised key aspects of Latin grammar and prepared their readings for this year’s competition. #Latinpic.twitter.com/lYOM…