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Welcome to the Faculty of Science, Maths and ICT. 

 

 

 

  • In the faculty of Sciences, our aim is to provide students an opportunity to gain knowledge and understanding of scientific facts, concepts and principles, while developing experimental skills. In the faculty of sciences, students will learn to form hypotheses and design experiments to test them.

 

  • In the faculty of Mathematics, our aim is to give students a foundation in mathematical skills and develop their knowledge and understanding of how to use and apply mathematical techniques and concepts to solve problems.

 

  • In the faculty of ICT, our aim is to help students develop understanding of the implications of technology in society, including social, economic and ethical uses and awareness of the ways ICT can help in home, learning and work environment

 

The faculty consists of the lessons of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths and ICT.

Psychology education is the study of mental processes and behaviour. Students who opt to follow this course should have an interest in both human interaction as well as understanding the way the human mind works.sThe course deals with a variety of perspectives and it is divided into sections where students learn about methodology, case studies, theories, and key issue applications. For every perspective a practical is carried out and students research and investigate various concepts. This allows them to see how Psychologist go about their work. 

 

 

Sociology is offered as an option to the students of Years 12 and 13 as an internally assessed course. The purpose of the course is for the student to understand how human action and consciousness both shape and are shaped by surrounding cultural and social structure

 

The subjects explored in this two years course are Health, welfare and poverty, The Family, Education, Religion, Crime and Deviance, Work and Leisure, Mass Media and Politics and Power. Therefore at the personal level, the Sociology course investigates the social causes and consequences of such things as :

  • romantic love
  • racial and gender identity
  • family conflict
  • deviant behavior
  • aging and
  • religious faith

 

At the societal level, we examine and explain matters like :

  • crime and law
  • poverty and wealth
  • prejudice and discrimination
  • schools and education
  • business firms
  • urban community and
  • social and political movements

 

At the global level, we study such phenomena as :

  • population growth and migration
  • war and peace and
  • economic development

 

 

Physical Education curriculum ( Coming Soon)

 

Year 7 - Introduction to the Old Testament

The Year 7 Religious Studies course takes all of us for a journey through the pages of the Old Testament. We start from the creation of the world from God, the purpose of creation, the sin of humans and through the stories of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, king David and many more we will see God’s power but also His love and care for his beloved creatures. Our basic themes for the year are: Creation, Sin and failure, Noah and the flood, Babel, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob + Esau, Joseph, Moses, Passover, Exodus + living in the desert, the 10 commandments, the Ark of the Covenant, in the promised land, Ruth, Samuel, Saul, David, Solomon, Elijah, In captivity.

 

Year 8 – Introduction to the Old and New Testament

After being introduced to the world of the Old Testament in the first year of the secondary school, the second year of Religious Studies will reveal to all of us the complete picture of God’s plan. We cover the rest of the Old Testament (Daniel through the Prophets) and we have a quick introduction of the New Testament (The life and teachings of Jesus Christ and the life of the first believers in the Roman world). Our basic themes for Year 8 are: Prophets Jonah, Hosea, Amos, Isaiah, Daniel and his friends, Nehemiah and Ezra. Introduction to the New Testament: John the Baptist, the Christmas story, Jesus baptism. His teachings: Love your enemies, lust, love, the parables. Jesus and people. Jesus the healer. The last hours of Jesus: The passion, crucifixion, resurrection. Pentecost, the first church, Paul. 

 

Year 9 – Books of wisdom in the Bible + Overview of the New Testament

How should I react when my friends misguide me? Why respect my parents? What is love? How can I use the gifts God has given me? The Bible is not a book written thousands of years ago distant from our realities and having to do only with people that lived then. It can guide our lives today and we will try to discover how with our newly launched Year 9 curriculum. Some of our basic themes for Year 9 are: Review of the book of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Psalms. Salvation through faith in the book of Romans and Galatians. Love, Christian Freedom and gifts through 1st Corinthians.

 

Year 10 and 11 – Edexcel GCSE Syllabus

The Religious Studies course in Years 10 and 11 follows the GCSE syllabus of Edexcel. Check Unit 2 and Unit 16 which are the Units that we cover in Years 10 and 11 in preparing the students to take the GCSE exam in Year 11.

 

Year 12 and 13

In the Sixth Form we tackle contemporary issues like euthanasia, abortion, human trafficking, death sentence, use of addictive substances. We also have an introduction to the main world religions. Debates, discussions and project presentations are the main tools used in the class.

 

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