Our school is also very proud to have been awarded the Bronze Primary Science Quality Mark, recognising our school’s dedication to Science.
What better way to capture the imagination of children than through the subject of science!
The importance of science in school is clear as it attempts to stimulate the children’s curiosity and interest in the world around them. Scientific concepts are developed through the children’s own investigations, enquiries and experiences, which also supports and encourages clear communication, patience and most importantly perseverance. The school has conservation and pond areas, which cultivate biodiversity and help to inspire individuals through positive outdoor learning experiences.
Our Principles of Science are as follows:
- Children’s curiosity is encouraged with questioning, praised and valued
- Science is regularly incorporated and highlighted in a variety of subjects creating cross curricular activities
- Science is valued as is the need for a variety of equipment and resources
- Children engage in practical, hands on and interactive science lessons, encouraging both excitement and enquiring minds
- Teachers share and observe good practice using different teaching and assessment strategies
Science is a core subject within the National Curriculum and aims to develop children’s knowledge and understanding of;
- Scientific Investigation
Each of these areas cover a variety of exciting and interesting scientific topics.
Assessment of both children’s learning and enjoyment of the subject is constantly ongoing, as it is integral to the development of planning and ensures that knowledge and understanding within the science is progressive and being achieved.