Science is a natural and practical outlet for children’s enthusiasm for finding out how and why things are as they are. Our children participate in a range of activities, often practical in nature, and through these, develop a heightened understanding of the world around them. Children learn to develop a scientific, logical and systematic approach to problem solving and investigating. They are taught to interpret findings accurately and to develop a range of approaches to communicate ideas, information and data.
For information on the objectives taught in each year group, please look under National Curriculum 2014 tab.