Cookridge Holy Trinity
Church of England (VA) Primary School

The Best For Every Child -
a Unique Child of God.

Green Lane, Cookridge Leeds, LS16 7EZ
Telephone: 0113 2253 040
Email: info@holytrinity.leeds.sch.uk

Science

SCIENCE AT COOKRIDGE HOLY TRINITY

SCIENCE VISION

At our school science involves the observation and investigation of the world around us where children are engaged and enthused. Pupils are taught essential aspects of the knowledge, methods, processes and uses of science. Science teaching promotes in our children, a curious, questioning attitude that leads to investigation in order to explain what is occurring, predict how things will behave and analyse causes.

AIMS OF SCIENCE TEACHING

  • To deliver the Science Programmes of Study of the 2014 National Curriculum.
  • To develop scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding through the specific disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics.
  • To develop ‘Working Scientifically’ skills through relevant practical tasks.
  • To equip children with the scientific knowledge required to understand the uses and implications of science.

KEY PRINCIPLES

The staff have worked together to produce four key principles for teaching science in our school which will be referred to in our planning, classroom teaching and displays:

  • Children are engaged and enthused
  • There is practical exploration
  • Lessons incorporate prior learning
  • There is questioning from children and adults
  • Activities are linked to the wider world and community

KS1 Long Term Plan 2021-22
KS2 Long Term Plan 2021-22

Do you want to try science investigations at home? Look here …

PSTT: Science-Fun-at-Home   Great ideas for exciting experiments and science activities
BBC bitesize: Science      Information and clips about the different science topics.

Bill Nye The Science Guy      Experiments and explanations mixed with a dash of humour.

RSC: primary science      Inspiring science ideas from the Royal Society of Chemistry.

A reminder … **Remember to ask an adult permission to do these and tell me how you have got on and bring in any photos too!

Science Photos

Click here to see photos from 2020 – 2021

Click here to see photos from 2019 – 2020

Click here to see photos from 2018 – 2019

Click here to see photos from 2017 – 2018

Upcoming Events

Jan
18
Tue
2022
NSPCC Number Day
Jan 18 all-day
On Tuesday 18th January 2022 we are celebrating NSPCC number day by holding a Maths and Art day in school.  There will be a virtual live quiz, Y5 vs Y6 with each class contributing by finding clues by answering Maths questions.  There will be lots of work happening across school looking at Maths in Art or Art in Maths.  There is also an optional homework task to draw Poppy Hellings – see the powerpoint for details.
You can donate to the NSPCC via this link https://www.nspcc.org.uk/support-us/ways-to-give/donate/