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.
Policies and Rationales
Planning and Progression
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Regularly meeting together, the Science Council take on the responsibility of improving the science curriculum across school, though the use of pupil voice.
Science Share 2022
As part of our science week, some of the different year groups have been sharing some of the science that has been happening in their classroom throughout the year. It has also been great to see some children doing some science investigations of their own at home.