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‘Encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.’ 1 Thessalonians 5:11



Science units will:

  • develop scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding
  • use a range of resources to test and explore the world around them
  • ask questions and be able to find their own answers through working scientifically
  • enrichment through trips/visitors
  • apply what has been learnt to other contexts
  • build up an idea of where they are in the world and what their impact is

Science statement of intent

As scientists pupils will demonstrate a curiosity about the world around them and ask questions about the things they see and experience in their everyday life. They will consider how science affects their everyday life and what their impact as a person will be on the world around them.

Through the development of key foundational knowledge and exploration of processes and methods they will gain valuable insight into the three main strands of scientific enquiry: biology, physics and chemistry.

Strong links with the wider curriculum and oracy will provide pupils with opportunities to: question; test and evaluate their understanding and provide opportunities to develop their thinking further.

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