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Science is about children developing a sense of enquiry and extending their knowledge and understanding of the world around them. At St Andrew’s, we use a range of teaching methods in science lessons, with an emphasis on providing a curriculum which develops and extends the children’s scientific concepts and enables them to be curious about the world. This leads to children learning to work as scientists, planning and undertaking practical investigations.

Cross Curricular Activities

At St Andrew's we try to make as many links with different subjects as possible. This helps the children to understand and remember new ideas and concepts. 

Our Learning

Click here to view our whole school overview of Science and our progression document showing how the children's learning builds upon previous experiences.

We use Knowledge Organisers to help the children learn and remember facts from each topic they cover. They use these facts to deepen their understanding by applying them to skills such as researching, enquiring and experimenting. Click on the link below to view our Knowledge Organisers.

Year 1 Animals including Humans

Year 1 Everyday Materials

Year 1 Plants

Year 1 Seasonal Changes

Year 2 Animals including Humans

Year 2 Living things and their Habitats

Year 2 Plants

Year 2 Uses of Everyday Materials

Year 3 Animas including Humans

Year 3 Forces and Magnets

Year 3 Light

Year 3 Plants

Year 3 Rocks

Year 4 Animals including Humans

Year 4 Electricity

Year 4 Living things and their Habitats

Year 4 Sounds

Year 4 States of Matter

Year 5 Animals including Humans

Year 5 Earth and Space

Year 5 Forces

Year 5 Living things and their Habitats

Year 5 Properties and Changes of Materials

Year 6 Animals including Humans

Year 6 Electricity

Year 6 Evolution and Inheritance

Year 6 Light

Year 6 Living things and their Habitats




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