Science is an important part of our heritage and we use its applications every day in our lives at work, at leisure and in the home. Science and the application of science are central to our economic future and to our health and wellbeing as individuals and as a society. Scotland has a long tradition of scientific discovery, of innovation in the application of scientific discovery, and of the application of science in the protection and enhancement of the natural and built environment. Young people are fascinated by new discoveries and technologies and become increasingly aware of, and passionate about, the impact of science on their own health and wellbeing, the health of society and the health of the environment.

Through learning in the sciences, young people develop their interest in, and understanding of, the living, material and physical world. They engage in a wide range of collaborative investigative tasks, which allows them to develop important skills to become creative, inventive and enterprising adults in a world where the skills and knowledge of the sciences are needed across all sectors of the economy.


 

 

Department Head

Staff Members



Mr G Henderson

Miss E Anderson
Mr V Bethune
Dr C Campbell
Mr N Cunningham
Mr A Dunn
Mrs K Forrest

Mrs S Hannah
Mrs H Hughes
Mr I Kerr
Mr S Kennedy
Mr R King
Mrs A Kirkwood

Mr P Menzies
Mr A Murphy
Miss J Riddell
Miss K Ross
Dr B Taylor
Mr S Watson


 

Science Technicians

  • Mrs M McComb
  • Mr G Paxton
  • Mrs. A Runciman

Courses

  • Science
  • Science Baccalaureate