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SCIENCE

 

Science Intent:

At St. Benedict’s, through the Science curriculum we aim to:

  • Ensure a broad range of scientific enquiry is taught including, observing over time, research, identifying and classifying, pattern seeking and fair testing to develop skills and ideas.
  • Develop knowledge and understanding of important scientific ideas, processes and skills and relate these to everyday experiences.
  • Encourage children to be curious about the things they observe, experience and explore, relating to the world around them.
  • Ensure children use models to represent things that they cannot directly experience.
  • Acquire and refine practical skills necessary to investigate ideas and questions safely.
  • Ensure children make informed decisions based on evidence and their own experiences, and be able to apply scientific knowledge to new situations.
  • Ensure strong links to STEM are embedded in the teaching of science and children are applying their skills and knowledge.
  • Ensure children develop effective ways of thinking, finding out about and communicating scientific ideas and information.
  • Encourage children to think creatively about science and enjoy trying to make sense of phenomena.
  • Ensure language skills develop through talking about their work and presenting their ideas using writing of different kinds.
  • Develop their scientific vocabulary so that they can articulate scientific concepts clearly and precisely.
  • Ensure children progressively use technical scientific and mathematical vocabulary and can draw diagrams and charts to communicate scientific ideas.
  • Ensure children use a range of media including computing to extract scientific information.
  • Explore values and attitudes through science by ensuring children can work with others, listening to their ideas and treating these with respect.
  • Ensure children develop a respect for the environment and living things.
  • Ensure children develop responsibility for their own health and safety and that of others when undertaking scientific activities.

 

Please see our Science Policy below for more information about the implementation and impact of the teaching and learning of Science at St Benedict's.



Science Documents:

Science Policy 

Science Yearly Overview

Science Progression Grid 

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SCIENCE

 

Science Intent:

At St. Benedict’s, through the Science curriculum we aim to:

  • Ensure a broad range of scientific enquiry is taught including, observing over time, research, identifying and classifying, pattern seeking and fair testing to develop skills and ideas.
  • Develop knowledge and understanding of important scientific ideas, processes and skills and relate these to everyday experiences.
  • Encourage children to be curious about the things they observe, experience and explore, relating to the world around them.
  • Ensure children use models to represent things that they cannot directly experience.
  • Acquire and refine practical skills necessary to investigate ideas and questions safely.
  • Ensure children make informed decisions based on evidence and their own experiences, and be able to apply scientific knowledge to new situations.
  • Ensure strong links to STEM are embedded in the teaching of science and children are applying their skills and knowledge.
  • Ensure children develop effective ways of thinking, finding out about and communicating scientific ideas and information.
  • Encourage children to think creatively about science and enjoy trying to make sense of phenomena.
  • Ensure language skills develop through talking about their work and presenting their ideas using writing of different kinds.
  • Develop their scientific vocabulary so that they can articulate scientific concepts clearly and precisely.
  • Ensure children progressively use technical scientific and mathematical vocabulary and can draw diagrams and charts to communicate scientific ideas.
  • Ensure children use a range of media including computing to extract scientific information.
  • Explore values and attitudes through science by ensuring children can work with others, listening to their ideas and treating these with respect.
  • Ensure children develop a respect for the environment and living things.
  • Ensure children develop responsibility for their own health and safety and that of others when undertaking scientific activities.

 

Please see our Science Policy below for more information about the implementation and impact of the teaching and learning of Science at St Benedict's.



Science Documents:

Science Policy 

Science Yearly Overview

Science Progression Grid 

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SCIENCE

 

Science Intent:

At St. Benedict’s, through the Science curriculum we aim to:

  • Ensure a broad range of scientific enquiry is taught including, observing over time, research, identifying and classifying, pattern seeking and fair testing to develop skills and ideas.
  • Develop knowledge and understanding of important scientific ideas, processes and skills and relate these to everyday experiences.
  • Encourage children to be curious about the things they observe, experience and explore, relating to the world around them.
  • Ensure children use models to represent things that they cannot directly experience.
  • Acquire and refine practical skills necessary to investigate ideas and questions safely.
  • Ensure children make informed decisions based on evidence and their own experiences, and be able to apply scientific knowledge to new situations.
  • Ensure strong links to STEM are embedded in the teaching of science and children are applying their skills and knowledge.
  • Ensure children develop effective ways of thinking, finding out about and communicating scientific ideas and information.
  • Encourage children to think creatively about science and enjoy trying to make sense of phenomena.
  • Ensure language skills develop through talking about their work and presenting their ideas using writing of different kinds.
  • Develop their scientific vocabulary so that they can articulate scientific concepts clearly and precisely.
  • Ensure children progressively use technical scientific and mathematical vocabulary and can draw diagrams and charts to communicate scientific ideas.
  • Ensure children use a range of media including computing to extract scientific information.
  • Explore values and attitudes through science by ensuring children can work with others, listening to their ideas and treating these with respect.
  • Ensure children develop a respect for the environment and living things.
  • Ensure children develop responsibility for their own health and safety and that of others when undertaking scientific activities.

 

Please see our Science Policy below for more information about the implementation and impact of the teaching and learning of Science at St Benedict's.



Science Documents:

Science Policy 

Science Yearly Overview

Science Progression Grid 

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SCIENCE

 

Science Intent:

At St. Benedict’s, through the Science curriculum we aim to:

  • Ensure a broad range of scientific enquiry is taught including, observing over time, research, identifying and classifying, pattern seeking and fair testing to develop skills and ideas.
  • Develop knowledge and understanding of important scientific ideas, processes and skills and relate these to everyday experiences.
  • Encourage children to be curious about the things they observe, experience and explore, relating to the world around them.
  • Ensure children use models to represent things that they cannot directly experience.
  • Acquire and refine practical skills necessary to investigate ideas and questions safely.
  • Ensure children make informed decisions based on evidence and their own experiences, and be able to apply scientific knowledge to new situations.
  • Ensure strong links to STEM are embedded in the teaching of science and children are applying their skills and knowledge.
  • Ensure children develop effective ways of thinking, finding out about and communicating scientific ideas and information.
  • Encourage children to think creatively about science and enjoy trying to make sense of phenomena.
  • Ensure language skills develop through talking about their work and presenting their ideas using writing of different kinds.
  • Develop their scientific vocabulary so that they can articulate scientific concepts clearly and precisely.
  • Ensure children progressively use technical scientific and mathematical vocabulary and can draw diagrams and charts to communicate scientific ideas.
  • Ensure children use a range of media including computing to extract scientific information.
  • Explore values and attitudes through science by ensuring children can work with others, listening to their ideas and treating these with respect.
  • Ensure children develop a respect for the environment and living things.
  • Ensure children develop responsibility for their own health and safety and that of others when undertaking scientific activities.

 

Please see our Science Policy below for more information about the implementation and impact of the teaching and learning of Science at St Benedict's.



Science Documents:

Science Policy 

Science Yearly Overview

Science Progression Grid 

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