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Yearly Overview 2018-19

Science is taught following National curriculum guidelines with an emphasis on pupil led investigation and scientific enquiry. We aim to allow children to develop their scientific skills such as questioning, predicting, hypothesising and making conclusions.  The children create a topic web at the start of a unit to explore what they already know and also tell the teacher what they would like to learn.  Through practical cross curricular work, observation and problem solving the children will cover topics that include a range of early physics (e.g. forces) chemistry (e.g. reversible and irreversible change) and biology (e.g. growing plants).

Science around our school.

Year 5 - Investigating air resistance.

Children in the Nursery are experimenting with Gumy Bears. What happens when you put Gummy Breas in water? Watch this space....

Year 3 have been invetsigating bones in their bodies and creating lifesize models.


We were visited by the Night Owls – We learnt about different types of owls that live in our countryside and how we can look after them.  All owls are carnivores. We watched a display of different owls flying above our heads in the hall.


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MAD Science assembly. We learnt all about electricity.

Science week healthy eating.

Science week 2017 Exploring materials in our environment.

Science Week

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