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Science at Sharmans Cross happens both inside and outside of the classroom!

Take a look at the pictures and the different sections of our science page for an insight into how we create our broad and balanced science curriculum!

Curriculum overview

 

At Sharmans Cross, we are committed to creating a science curriculum that inspires, enthuses and engages our pupils. Every opportunity, whether inside or outside the classroom, will enrich the children and facilitate their love of science, enquiry and the world that they live in.

The main aims of our science curriculum are to enable children to broaden their scientific views of the world around them through exploring, talking about, testing and developing ideas about everyday phenomena and the relationships between living things and their environments. As the children move through the school, they encounter more abstract ideas and begin to recognise how they can predict how the wider world operates whilst recognising that scientific ideas change and develop over time.

British values run through the whole of our science curriculum as the children gain an appreciation of the human impact on the world and understanding the consequences of our actions. Practical activities in science require students to engage in team work and show mutual respect for each other. Democracy is taught through student debates on issues such as where to place dams and reservoirs and examining issues such as whether smoking should be made illegal.

 

Sharmans Cross Science Curriculum – Long Term Plan

Year 3

Animal Homes

Animals and skeletons

Forces and Magnets

Plants

 

Light

 

Rocks

 

Year 4

Respecting our Environment

Classification

 

Digestion

Electricity

Sound

States of Matter

Year 5

Mixtures and Reactions

Life Cycles

 

Earth and Space

Forces

Human Development

 

Pollination and fertilisation

Year 6

Light

Heart and Lungs

Classification

Electricity

Evolution

Human Development

Sharmans Cross Science Curriculum in pictures!

Year 5 wrote to Theresa May to tell her how concerned they were about water around the world and they got a response!

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