Triple Science Case Study: Student Selection and Valuing Practical Work
From the Triple Science Support Programme, this case study illustrates how enabling students to self-select onto the triple science course and providing them with meaningful opportunities for practical work in Key Stage Four, achievement and uptake in sciences at post-16 can increase.
The case study includes some background information about Oakbank School (West Yorkshire); the barriers which prevented the school from introducing triple science and some practical guidance on how to overcome the problems are also provided.
This resource has been included in this collection for teachers’ use, however it may contain some information, particularly relating to Government policy, which is now out of date.
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