Year 7 Science

Core Program

This course covers the key subject area of Science.

Our term courses are scheduled in line with public school term dates. There are 4 terms per year and usually 10 lessons per term, with one lesson each week. You can commence our courses at any time, however a new term starts in late January, April, July and October.

Our Science course enable students to:

  • Cover a variety of stimulating and challenging mathematics questions to systematically introduce and reinforce key concepts, and develop logical thinking and problem solving skills.

Program schedules are designed to allow maximum flexibility for students.

Course Structure
  • Science
  • 4 terms in a year, 10 weeks in a term
  • Not offered as a single subject course
  • Can be combined with Maths (Maths + Science: 2 hour lessons per week)
  • Can be combined with English (English + Science: 2 hour lessons per week)
  • Students attend lessons at their allocated time schedule
  • Small class group based
  • Registered teachers


Course Outline


Term 1
Week 1 — What is Science? Introduction to Science in High School
Week 2 — The Scientific Method; Common Laboratory Equipments
Week 3 — Burning Substance; Using a Bunsen Burner
Week 4 — Measurements: Instruments & Scales
Week 5 — Interpreting and Drawing Graphs
Week 6 — Data Processing and Scientific Reports
Week 7 — Energy: Different Forms of Energy and Energy Transfer
Week 8 — Revision and Test
Week 9 — Separating Mixtures I
Week 10 — Separating Mixtures II

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