A welcome from the Head of Faculty, Darren Grainger

The science team's main aim is to create a stimulating learning environment for learning. We want all our pupils, regardless of ability or background to develop into enthusiastic and scientifically literate young people. We believe that the skills required to be a good scientist are required across all disciplines for learning and set pupils up for life, no matter what job or career path is chosen.  

Our very strong teaching and technician team is committed to getting the best outcome for our pupils by using a wide variety of approaches tailored to the individual and we encourage autonomy and challenge in lessons in order to develop inquisitive and creative minds.

Sheldon gave me confidence in my abilities and supported my ambitions. Going to a state school has many benefits over private in terms of real-world experience and being friends with a varied group of students. This has helped me in my life since school.
Joe Keighley - A Radiology Registrar in Brighton who will be starting as a Consultant Radiologist at the RUH in 2023.