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Investigating the world around us is key to our philosophy in delivering the science curriculum. Children are encouraged children to observe, plan, design and make discoveries. They learn to interpret results, draw conclusions and communicate their findings. Our school grounds lend themselves to outdoor learning and links are made to the science curriculum whenever possible.
Science is taught through a rolling programme. This ensures continuity and progression, avoiding repetition in a mixed age class. Links to other topics are made when appropriate.
Each year a focused Science day in the Spring term links to National Science and Engineering week.

Turtles class had a wonderful day at Plymouth University learning about marine pollution

Turtles class had a wonderful day at Plymouth University learning about marine pollution 1
Turtles class had a wonderful day at Plymouth University learning about marine pollution 2
Turtles class had a wonderful day at Plymouth University learning about marine pollution 3
Turtles class had a wonderful day at Plymouth University learning about marine pollution 4

Science Trip to Plymouth

A group of Y6 children visited a giant Marquee on the Hoe in Plymouth that was hosting the Plymouth University Science and Technology Showcase.

Have a look at our photos to get an idea of what fun we had!

Picture 1 We had a great time at the Science Show!
Picture 2 What lives in the ocean?
Picture 3 What does snot do?
Picture 4 How much weight will a sandcastle hold?
Picture 5 Food types
Picture 6 Can you fit inside a bubble?
Picture 7 What can a robot do?
Picture 8 Can a robot do press ups?
Picture 9 What is blood pressure?
Picture 10 Fun transport of the future!
Picture 11 Meeting the dinosaurs
Picture 12 Walk like a dinosaur!
Picture 13 Look at my footprint!
Picture 14 How do waves effect the beach?
Picture 15 How do wells work?
Picture 16 Did you get wet?
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