Welcome to our Science webpage!
At Cheswick Green we have an exciting and stimulating Science curriculum. Each year group has amazing topics that we investigate and explore. Click on the ICONS below to see what we get up to!
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The national curriculum for science aims to ensure that all pupils:
- develop scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding through the specific disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics
- develop understanding of the nature, processes and methods of science through different types of science enquiries that help them to answer scientific questions about the world around them
- are equipped with the scientific knowledge required to understand the uses and implications of science, today and for the future
Our Science Vision at Cheswick Green Primary School
Children enjoy Science and show excitement and engagement when learning,
Children develop skills in investigation, observation and asking questions,
Children are creative thinkers and good problem solvers,
Children look after our environment.
Agreed by ALL of us
Here is an overview of what we learn in Science at our school:
EYFS – The World Around Us
Year 1 – Plants, Animals and humans, Everyday materials, Seasonal changes
Year 2 – Living things, Habitats, Plants, Materials, Animals and humans
Year 3 – Plants, Animals and humans, Rocks, Light, Forces and magnets
Year 4 – Living things and their habitats, Animals and humans, States of matter, Sound, Electricity
Year 5 – Living things and their habitats, Animals and humans, Properties and changes of materials, Earth and space, Forces
Year 6 – Animals including humans, Evolution and inheritance, Light, Electricity
In 2016 our School achieved the SILVER PSQM Award for Science! It took 12 months to collate all the evidence for this award. We all worked REALLY hard and now celebrate this wonderful achievement!
Click here to see the final presentation: I
Donate Science books to our Library!
Are there any science books you have read and want to share? Do you visit charity shops and see really nice science books for a good price? Think about donating your old books to our school!
Please give any donations to your teacher or Miss Payne