Children develop their scientific understanding by exploring and investigating the world about them. Through their work we encourage the children to make observations and comparisons, test and record ideas, and to make predictions and consider evidence. We aim to foster an enquiring mind. The teaching of science comprises of class, group and individual activities and the children have access to a wide range of resources.
The Programmes of Study laid down in the National Curriculum, along with close liaison with schools in our pyramid and ongoing assessment, allow us to maintain continuity and progression across phases.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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