Congratulations to our fantastic Readers of the Week: Zach RHK, Issac RJC, Penny 1KG, Liberty 1NH, Elena 2JH, Milania 2NT, Natan 3CC, Piotr 3LH, Lucy 4HA, Chloe 4HB, Corey 5AC, Ruby 5SG, Ted 6BF, Jamie 6ST.
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Our principles of good learning in Science

Science in our school is good when:

  • All year groups experience regular science lessons that make the most of the school’s science curriculum.
  • Children and teachers are able to access and use a range of appropriate resources safely.
  • Children are engaged in fun, interactive science lessons.
  • Children are inspired to show their own curiosity of the world around them and explore this, through scientific enquiry based approaches and questioning.
  • All children are engaged in practical investigations that develop curiosity and inquisitive minds.
  • Knowledge is gained by the pupils and they are keen to find out more.
  • Staff subject knowledge is secure and teachers feel confident to teach Science.
  • There is a clear progression of transferable science skills taught.
  • The school’s science assessment system supports progress in Science.
Mrs Hawker - Science  Co-ordinator