Children appear to have natural curiosity about Science. Many children are keen natural observers of their surroundings, and are eager to discover more about how things work; why certain animals behave in a particular way; how something was made.
The teaching of science in primary schools is vital if we are going to produce the innovators and inventors of the future.
We foster natural curiosity and powers of observation by encouraging the development of investigative skills:
“Hands on” experience is vital if children are to have a greater understanding of the scientific world in which they live. The School has built up many resources and developed the school environment to make this possible. We encourage the children to learn about growing plants in the school garden, and to study living things around our school pond.
We follow the guidelines set out in the curriculum, with an emphasis on investigative and enquiry processes.