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About Us

The Science Department in CSIA consists of a team of dynamic, inspirational and dedicated teachers, as well as three laboratory technicians and two departmental teaching assistants.

Together we are all committed to working collaboratively to ensure the students in our care reach their full potential, whilst developing a curiosity for the world around them, in a way that only Science can explain.

Click on the links below to find out more about Science here at CSIA.

 

Overview


Key Stage 3

Key Stage 4

Key Stage 5

 

The International Programme in our school is immense and the Science department plays a key role in the more Science based trips. 

  • Members of the Science faculty have travelled to Japan and taught Science lessons (in English) 
  • We have developed many research projects with our students to take to various Science fairs around the world, including Japan, Singapore, Australia and Moscow
  • CSIA hosted the 2013 International Student Science Fair, an amazing experience for our academy and community
  • International collaborative projects with National Junior College, Singapore and Fort Richmond Collegiate, Winnipeg, Canada 
  • Running high level Science workshops for our International guests when they visit CSIA

 

International Research Collaborative Project
South Korea - November 2014
Japan Super Science Fair
Moscow - 10th International Student Science Fair
Adelaide 2014
Junior World Summit
Japanese Super Science Fair 2013
Winnipeg, Canada
Singapore Science Challenge 2013
Australia International Science Fair
National Science and Engineering Week
Japan Super Science Fair 2012
Republic of Korea 2012
Teacher Exchange to Ritsumeikan

 

 

Super Charged Science for Primary Students
Now Wash Your Hands
Science Trip to @ Bristol

 

 

Exploring the Science within Medicine
Salters Royal Society of Chemistry
Science Trip to @ Bristol