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Mangotsfield Secondary

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Science

Science challenges students to engage with and explain the world around them for their own curiosity and future development. 

Science enables students to understand why something works the way it does and allows them to gain theoretical and practical skills. Science provides hands on development of literacy, numeracy and a global world view whilst exploring the ethics of certain practices.

Meet the team

  • Miss Orford - Head of Science
  • Mr Radmall - Second in Science/in charge KS5 Science
  • Mrs Phillips - Co-ordinator for Raising Achievement in Science/in charge KS4 Science
  • Mr Crouch
  • Miss Conolly
  • Miss Hawkins
  • Miss Haspineall
  • Mr Crozier
  • Dr Hambidge
  • Mr Garner

Science as a core subject offers students of all ages the chance to explore and make sense of the exciting events and processes in the changing world around us. 

Science at Mangotsfield is taught by a highly skilled, experienced and enthusiastic team of specialists. Our aim is to engage students from all backgrounds to help them develop the knowledge, understanding and skills to become confident, well-informed young people with the power to shape events of the future.  We believe in a culture of enquiry, promoting a culture of discovery by “doing”, rather than learning about science second hand wherever possible.

We offer many additional activities as a result of the school’s Specialist Science status.  This includes inviting Year 5 and 6 to taster primary lessons as well as extra-curricular clubs and projects (Go4SET and Flying Start Challenge).  As part of their courses, students in KS4
and  KS5 take part in field trips and we are actively developing links with Bristol University and UWE to inspire students to study science further.

In support of this, the department is well resourced, with twelve fully-equipped teaching laboratories complete with interactive whiteboards, a dedicated IT suite and experienced technician support.

Follow updates from science on twitter: @mango_science

Key Stage 3 (Year 7 and 8)

Please follow this link http://www.mangotsfieldschool.org.uk/Curriculum for our Expected Outcomes document

Key Stage 4 (Year 9, 10 and 11)

Class of 2017

Class of 2018

Class of 2019 

 Key Stage 5 (Year 12 and 13)

Please follow this link http://www.mangotsfieldschool.org.uk/Sixth-Form for information about our Sixth Form courses