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Why study science?

By studying science, students will:

• develop an understanding of the world, built on current scientific theories;
• learn that science involves particular processes and ways of developing and organising knowledge and that these continue to evolve;
• use their current scientific knowledge and skills for problem solving and developing further knowledge;
• use scientific knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about the communication, application, and implications of science as these relate to their own lives and cultures and to the sustainability of the environment.


Science Year 9 - 11 (Level 1 NCEA)
Agriculture/Horticulture Year 11-13 (Level 1,2 & 3 NCEA)
Biology Year 12 - 13 (Level 2 & 3 NCEA)
Chemistry Year 12 - 13 (Level 2 & 3 NCEA)
Physics Year 12 - 13 (Level 2 & 3 NCEA)

Below is a video taken by the Curiousity rover of the moons of Mars passing each other.

Science is Awesome Facebook page
Science learning hub
NZ science curriculum
Association of women in science
Hands on science event.
Learn Genetics
Nanocamp 2014
Discovery awards