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Head of Chemistry - Dr Kevin Rogers
Chemistry is one of the key sciences and is a well respected A Level. As well as the obvious chemical content, the subject requires many important skills, such as understanding abstract concepts, analysing data, problem solving, manipulating mathematical figures, learning content and expressing answers in a logical manner.
Chemistry could be taken with any combination of subjects at A-level but it is recommended that it is taken with at least two from Mathematics, Physics and Biology.
The course builds on concepts and content from GCSE and contains a high proportion of exciting practical work and a wide range of calculations. The subject is taught as four disciplines: physical, organic, inorganic and analytical chemistry. Each provides a conceptual understanding of different aspects of the chemical world around us, and the skills to analyse and explain their behaviour through experiment and the application of theories and models.