Our Science pathway is a sequential curriculum designed to encourage children to be inspired by the wonders of the world. Our learning outside the classroom and enhanced curriculum across the school promotes opportunities for children to investigate and question the world around them. We teach children to work independently and collaboratively so that they can articulate, present and discuss their learning confidently. We aim for pupils to recognise the importance of science in daily life both in their time at school and beyond.
When and what do we teach in Science lessons?
Click on our Science curriculum pathway which outlines our long term learning journey
How do we support children in developing Art skills and knowledge from EYFS to KS1?
How do we enrich our Science curriculum?
We are committed to providing immersive experiences and ‘hands-on’ fun. As part of our curriculum, we fund all children’s enrichment experiences:
- Visit to the Winchester Science Centre
- Visit to the Winchester Planetarium
- Marwell Zoo Trip
- Finkley Down Farm Trip
- Visit to Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
- Participating in Science Week
- Visits from Scientists
- Nursing workshop
- St Johns Ambulance resuscitation workshop for children
- Dogs Trust visit
- Cat Protection visit
What Scientific skills and knowledge do we want each child to achieve by the end of each year?
What is the progression of scientific skills from Reception Year – Year 6?
What does the progression of skills and knowledge look like ?
We use KAPOW as our subject specialism scheme of work to deliver our curriculum.