Vision for Science
At All Saints Primary School, we recognise the importance of science in every aspect of daily life. As one of the core subjects taught in Primary Schools, we want our children to be naturally curious about the world around them. By giving children the skills to question their surroundings and how we are all affected by our environment, we can develop our children into scientific thinkers.
We believe that scientific investigation is one of the most powerful ways to learn; developing curiosity and perseverance as well as challenging what we know about the world. We aim to make science as practical as possible, linking it to real life contexts and our half termly topics.Â
Investigative Science -
Ensuring high-quality scientific investigations are taking place in classrooms weekly. New medium term plans are in place, linking specific scientific investigations to each half termly topic. As well as new investigation proforma's showcasing progression through the year groups.
Assessment of Knowledge-
To produce a range of end of unit assessments to formally check the knowledge and understanding of the pupils. This will enable us to securely know which scientific concepts have been learned and which may need revisiting.
Ensuring that we build strong links with STEM companies, experts and secondary schools to help enhance our science curriculum and inspire our children to pursue a future in the science field.
Mrs M Fletcher
My name is Mrs Fletcher and I have the immense pleasure of leading the subject of Science. If you have any questions about our Science Curriculum then please contact the school via telephone, email or come and speak to me directly.