“All of science is nothing more than the refinement of everyday thinking.” Albert Einstein
It is our intention for our pupils to recognise the importance of Science in everyday life. We intend to foster the natural curiosity of our children and provide them with the skills to become enquiry-based learners.
- To develop their sense of belonging through collaborative activity and teamwork. To understand and appreciate the natural processes in the world they belong to and encourage respect for other living organisms.
- To develop confidence in communicating through our emphasis on promoting questioning skills and the use of scientific vocabulary.
- To develop a resilient attitude through having the confidence to express their ideas, make predictions, and accept that things won’t always turn out the way we plan or expect when following lines of enquiry.