Our current Science facilities have served us well for over 100 years but both science and teaching methods have changed radically since they were built. The boundaries between sciences are blurring more and more as we move into the 21st century. Increasingly, scientists work in collaborative teams bringing together a range of strengths to solve problems in biochemistry, biophysics and physical chemistry. At the same time, advances in technology and Science are transforming our world at an incredible pace, and our students’ future will be filled with leaps in technology we can only imagine.
The aim of the new Science Centre at Tonbridge is to transform the boys’ experience of science and to stimulate aspiration and ambition for a wide range of Science careers.
Take a glimpse inside the building as it prepares for its first classes
Art installation celebrates work of OT Chemist, Sir Derek Barton
Jack Dalton (FH5) and Jasper Driessen (WH5) take a guided tour of the Science Centre
Our plans to transform science at Tonbridge