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
Students should only choose Separate Sciences if it has been recommended they do so.
What will I be studying?
In Separate Sciences, students have the opportunity to study Biology, Chemistry and Physics in greater depth.
For each branch of science, a series of practical skills will be examined in addition to the theory content. At the end of the course, students will be awarded a separate GC SE grade for each of the separate sciences, giving three grades in total. The separate sciences are ideal preparation for the study of the separate sciences at A Level.
Students require a good level of numeracy and literacy to access the higher level material on the course.
What can I do afterwards?
Separate Science provides a sound basis for A Level Biology, Chemistry and Physics and would be an advantage to students wishing to study science at University or follow a career in science such as medicine, psychology or engineering. The analytical skills developed in the separate sciences can be transferred to subjects such as law or architecture.
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…