M: Science, oh... You know I prefer collecting things or I prefer talents.
R: In terms of talking about them?
M: Yeah, in terms of just, you know, chit-chatting. But science, maybe I wasn't good at science. And by science, we mean science subjects, such as what? Biology, Chemistry, Physics.
R: Yeah. Those are the big ones which are separate in a combination of the three.
M: But yeah, if I think about science, I think about mathematics, physics, okay, chemistry, but what are other science subjects?
R: Well, you have environmental science, which is like a combination of chemistry and mathematics, well, sorry, chemistry, mathematics and biology.
M: The combination of chemistry, mathematics and biology in one subject?
R: Well, with a focus on the environment. Yeah.
M: Wow, okay. Okay, fine. And science at school, right? And you can say like we had biology, chemistry, yeah? Physics. It's physics, not physics. No, no. Physics, in high school. Right? And Rory said that in the UK, formal education in science begins in primary school. Right? So primary school from the first form to the fourth, right?
R: If you're in England, yeah. In Scotland, it's like, primary education is primary one to seven.
M: Okay. All right. It's kind of complicated.
R: It's not complicated. Well, it is, but only when you are comparing.
M: Why seven?
R: Because the primary one is the first year you're in school and primary seventh is the last year, you're in primary school.
M: Ah, okay, wow.
R: But people start school at different ages in different countries.
M: Okay. But again, dear listener, so Primary School. So first, we have primary and then secondary, and then high school, right? So we can say, that ooh, I started.