Teacher in Charge: Mr B. SturmanRecommended Prior Learning
How molecules in the things we use or consume can help or harm us.
Why and how plants and animals reproduce and the importance of variation. How technology is used in the reproductive process.
How electricity works and has revolutionised our lives.
Finding alternatives to cheap oil and modifying our lifestyle to prevent plastic pollution and climate change.
How speed, force, energy, road conditions and driver behaviour contribute to vehicle crashes and their consequences.
Learning how different organ systems work in the human body, what can go wrong, and how science can help in diagnosis and treatment.
Looking at NZ’s active geology, understanding geological processes and mitigating risks.
The course focuses on everyday contexts that are important and relevant for all members of society. Science at Year 10 will help you to develop the skills you need in NCEA.