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 Science  Type  Number of Credits
 Number of Credits
 Total Number of
Level 1  Achievement 12  16 28
 Level 2 Achievement 12 14 26
 Level 3 – Biology  Achievement 13 9 22
Level 3 – Chemistry  Achievement 6 15 21
Level 3 – Physics  Achievement 10 12 22



A.S. 90925  4 cr Biology 1.1 – Carry out a practical investigation in a biological context, with direction
A.S. 90927  4 cr Biology 1.3 – Demonstrate understanding of biological ideas relating to micro-organisms – External
A.S. 90930  4 cr Chemistry 1.1 – Carry out a practical chemistry investigation, with direction
A.S. 90932  4 cr Chemistry 1.3 – Demonstrate understanding of aspects of carbon chemistry – External
A.S. 90935  4 cr Physics 1.1 – Carry out a practical physics investigation that leads to a linear mathematical relationship, with direction
A.S. 90940  4 cr Science 1.1 – Demonstrate understanding of aspects of mechanics
– External


A.S. 91153  4 cr Biology 2.1 – Carry out a practical investigation in a biology context, with supervision
A.S. 91156  4 cr Biology 2.4 – Demonstrate understanding of life processes at the
cellular level – External
A.S. 91161  4 cr Chemistry 2.1 – Carry out quantitative analysis
A.S. 91165  4 cr Chemistry 2.5 – Demonstrate understanding of the properties of selected organic compounds – External
A.S. 91168  4 cr Physics 2.1 – Carry out a practical physics investigation that leads to a non-linear mathematical relationship
A.S. 91171  6 cr Physics 2.4 – Demonstrate understanding of mechanics – External


A.S. 91601  4 cr Biology 3.1 – Carry out a practical investigation in a biological context, with guidance
A.S. 91602  3 cr Biology 3.2 – Integrate biological knowledge to develop an informed response to a socio- scientific issue
A.S. 91603  5 cr Biology 3.3 – Demonstrate understanding of the responses of plants and animals to their external environment – External
A.S. 91606  4 cr Biology 3.6 – Demonstrate understanding of trends in human evolution – External
A.S. 91607  3 cr Biology 3.7 – Demonstrate understanding of human manipulations of genetic transfer and its biological implications
A.S. 91604  3 cr Demonstrate understanding of how an animal maintains a stable internal environment


A.S. 91388  3 cr Chemistry 3.2 – Demonstrate understanding of spectroscopic data in chemistry
A.S. 91390  5 cr Chemistry 3.4 – Demonstrate understanding of thermochemical principles and the properties of particles and substances – External
A.S. 91391  5 cr Chemistry 3.5 – Demonstrate understanding of the properties of organic compounds – External
A.S. 91392  5 cr Chemistry 3.6 – Demonstrate understanding of equilibrium principles in aqueous systems – External
A.S. 91393  3 cr Chemistry 3.7 – Demonstrate understanding of oxidation-reduction processes


A.S. 91521  4 cr Physics 3.1 – Carry out a practical investigation to test a physics theory relating two variables in a non-linear relationship
A.S. 91522  3 cr Physics 3.2 – Demonstrate understanding of the application of physics to a selected context
A.S. 91524  6 cr Physics 3.4 – Demonstrate understanding of mechanical systems – External
A.S. 91525  3 cr Physics 3.5 – Demonstrate understanding of Modern Physics
A.S. 91526  6 cr Physics 3.6 – Demonstrate understanding of electrical systems – External


What is science about?
Science is the study of how the universe works
Science is a systematic process used to discover how the universe works and what it is made of. Science relies on testing ideas with evidence gained from the natural and physical world. Scientific explanations are accepted as reliable only when they have been subjected to rigorous testing.
Scientific knowledge is dynamic and evolves over time
Scientific knowledge builds on previous ideas and innovations and is continually being updated and expanded as new evidence comes to hand. This means that our understanding of the universe has changed over time and will continue to change.
Science is a collaborative activity
Scientists interact with each other and with the wider world and as they try to validate new explanations. Science explanations are inextricably linked to culture, politics, and economics because scientists are part of communities and cultures that view the world in different ways.
Science is both logical and creative
Scientific investigation makes use of multiple approaches, creative as well as logical. Creative scientists “think outside the box”, shift perspective as they view problems, and examine different views of the same problem. Through inspiration, careful observation, and critical thinking, scientists discover, invent, adapt, combine, and apply ideas. Knowledge gained from scientific research finds its way into countless practical applications/technologies that benefit humankind.

Teacher  Responsibilities  E-mail
Ms. N Vaike Head of Department ngatiav@wesley.school.nz
Dr. S Das Head of Physics  syamald@wesley.school.nz
Mr. S Siliasau Teacher samuelas@wesley.school.nz
 Ms. A Clarke  Teacher anac@wesley.school.nz 
 Ms. S Nisha  Teacher shazian@wesley.school.nz 




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