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Our creative curriculum allows us to teach Science in a hands-on inspiring way. We also run a science club each term for the children to engage in exciting science experiments outside of the classroom.


Children are encouraged to be actively engaged in practical investigations and problem solving during science lessons. We use our own resources to teach investigative science, life processes and living things, materials and their properties and physical processes in as interactive a way as possible.

To see some of the science based topics we have covered in the classes this year please follow the links below or have a browse through the class pages.

Year 1 - Plants and seeds

             Polar Regions

Elm Class - Solids and Liquids

You might have heard that the curriculum changed in September 2014. The new curriculum has a much stronger emphasis on children learning scientific knowledge and language. This means the children will be able to engage with real life science too!


Each year group will plan from the National Curriculum document and will cover all of the statutory requirements. Please find below the list of topics covered and links to the objectives covered within the topics. For more information on the science that will be taught in each class, please see the half-termly topic webs on each class page.

Key Stage 1

Year 1

Year 2

Key Stage 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

See the links below for a range of links to children's science websites and articles.

BBC Bitesize

ACS Chemistry for Life

Newsround: Science and Nature

The Science Museum