About Questions for Governors
Schools have the opportunity – and a responsibility – to engage their students through inspiring science and maths teaching. Teaching should enable students to achieve their best in these high-stakes core subjects and open up future learning and employment opportunities.
Schools should also sustain their students’ curiosity, allowing them to enjoy the cultural pleasures of our scientific heritage and keep apace with new developments, including those highly relevant to their own lives. Consideration of how schools perform in science and maths should extend beyond simple exam results.
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“Very few [schools] measured their [science] departments’ performance against the lofty goal of ‘maintaining curiosity’”, Ofsted 2013.