The science curriculum draws on children's natural curiosity and thirst for knowledge: why? what? how?
It includes three areas of learning: living process, materials and physical processes.
The curriculum consists of units of work children's progression and the development of a wide scientific knowledge base.
The children are taught and encouraged to develop independent investigation skills to enable them to: predict outcomes, carry out fair tests, ask and answer questions, record and evaluate their work accordingly.
We value oral work in science as highly as written work thus ensuring equality of access and learning for everyone.