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Science lessons are necessary to help you progress to the next stage of your learning. But the true value of Science lies in learning about the world around you, developing your practical skills, and honing your scientific enquiring mind.
Everything we do in our lives involves science. From the time we are woken up by an alarm clock to the time when we go to bed, everything we perform in the school, workplace and home involves different aspects of science.
Just imagine a world without fuel, plastics and electricity? Ever wondered how our life would be without phones and the internet? Critical procedures such as heart transplants are possible only due to advancements in technology and equipment.
Many years down the road, you may not remember what transpiration means, the exact distance from the earth to the sun, or what makes a chemical bond the covalent kind. But during your time here you'll have spent time thinking about the world around you and how it works. And some day, when your son or daughter asks why there's water on the outside of the glass holding a cold drink on a hot day, you'll know there's a reason for it, even if the word condensation escapes you.
Key Stage 3 Science students can find additional materials below:
HACH Year 7 SharePoint: Year 7
HACH Year 8 SharePoint: Year 8
HACH Year 9 SharePoint: Year 9