Chemistry

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How do I #DiscoverTheDifference with Chemistry?

Chemistry is often called the central science connecting all other sciences. It comprises of a mix of biology, physics, geology, astronomy, environmental science, anthropology, computer technology, aeronautical science, meteorology or medicine.

What will I study?

• Physical Chemistry - The interaction of atoms, elements and compounds as inorganic chemistry explores periodicity, chemical equilibria and energetics.

• Organic Chemistry - The chemistry of carbon compounds will explore organic reactions, synthetic pathways and instrumental analysis.
• Endorsed Practical - Incorporating the practical endorsement allowing students to practice the use of instruments, report writing and research skills.

What makes Chemistry at #H6 different?

• Throughout the course you will have the opportunity to attend chemistry conferences and meet inspirational guest speakers both on site and through external visits.
• Students are offered the chance to learn and practice their practical dexterity during the use of instruments enrichment activity.
• You will gain science related voluntary work, work experience or work shadowing which are all vital components of many university entry requirements

How will I be assessed?

There will be three exams and a final non-exam based practical endorsement:

• Paper 1 and Paper 2 compose of both multiple choice and structured questions.
• Paper 3 is synoptic with structured and extended response questions.

The final assessment is a non-exam based practical endorsement.

Entry requirements

Five or more GCSE grades 9-5, including a minimum grade 5 in English and a minimum grade 6 in Science and Maths.

Progression routes

Chemistry is a great choice of subject for people who want a career in analytical chemistry, chemical engineering, healthcare sciences, forensic science, pharmacology and many related pathways.

The importance of chemistry won’t be diminished over time, so it will remain a promising career path. Developments in this field continue to impact modern society. Whether it is space exploration or an environmental issue, chemistry lies at the heart.

Chemistry
Haringey Sixth Form College
White Hart Lane
Tottenham
London
N17 8HR

Tel. 020 8376 6000
Email : info@haringey6.ac.uk