University and Careers
All staff share with students, via a high-profile display board, where they went to university and what they studied. Science at A-level is gateway subject to STEM degree courses. Recent examples include medicine, computer, mechanical engineering, mathematics, chemical engineering, biochemistry, marine biology and biology, chemistry and physics.
By studying science to Key Stage 5 students develop many skills that are sought by employers. These include critical thinking, problem solving, data analysis, planning and evaluating.
Studying science to Key Stage 5 and beyond can lead to many different careers. These include:
archaeologist, biomedical engineer, biostatistician, botanist, data analyst, data scientist, ecologist, forensic scientist, immunologist, marine biologist, microbiologist, oceanographer, pathologist, pharmacologist, veterinarian and zoologist.