The aim of our science lessons is to provide pupils with an exciting and enjoyable introduction to the processes of science, to stimulate their curiosity and creative thinking and to develop an understanding of the relevance of science in our lives.
By providing frequent opportunities for practical activity through investigations, outdoor learning, trips and problem-solving challenges, we aim to develop skills in our pupils that will help them in their daily lives, e.g. the ability to analyse and evaluate evidence for informed decision making.
To give meaning to the content of science that is learned in lessons, we have a strong focus on making links between science, topical events and other subjects.
We are pleased to be recognised as a Royal Society Associate School, which is committed to promoting excellence in science. Above all, we are committed to promoting the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects as a valued tool for problem solving, design and innovation.