At Warren Farm Primary School, we recognise the importance of teaching Science as being part of everyday life. Children are exposed to a wide variety of topics which are designed to both promote and enhance their curiosity of learning. As one of the core subjects, our curriculum aims to broaden the children’s understanding and scientific view of the world, whilst encouraging them to explore new things and complete practical experiments too.
In the Early Years Science is all about experiencing and discovering new things. Looking at how things happen and work and trying to prove or explain their findings. We encourage the children to ask questions, draw on their everyday experiences to answer questions and comment on what they think has happened or is going to happen.
The KS1 curriculum allows pupils to:
The main focus of science teaching in key stage 1 is to:
The KS2 curriculum allows pupils to:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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