ScienceIt is important that pupils can understand and make sense of the world they live in, as it changes and progresses with further advancements. Our science curriculum supports children in this sensemaking, by evoking curiosity, excited and a clear understanding through the specific disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics. We understand that many of our pupils will work in careers which do not yet exist, so through a science curriculum that aims to stimulate a life-long interest in science, we are providing our pupils with the skills and opportunities to succeed in our school and beyond. We develop vital critical thinking and problem-solving skills through a science curriculum led by a challenge question, which provides pupils with transferable skills to support them in all areas of life. We also ensure our science curriculum provides pupils with the knowledge to understand current key issues within the scientific world, such as climate change, as we know that the future of the world belongs to them.
We deliver a science curriculum that creates children who:
- Have the skills to work scientifically
- Have a knowledge and understanding of the world from a chemistry, biology and physics viewpoint
- Are curious about the world and have a desire to investigate and explore more
- Engage in scientific studies and development across the UK and the world
- Develop an enthusiasm for science at an early age, to widen future prospects in a STEM industry
Long Term Curriculum