Our science curriculum aims to provide the foundations for understanding the world through the specific disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics. We aim to motivate and inspire children through a curriculum that stimulates, engages and challenges all learners.
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Here at St Anne's we strive to give pupils opportunities in their learning to develop essential knowledge and learn about things that are outside their daily experience. In science we aim to do this through experiences that allow the children to learn more about the development and impact science has on their lives as well as having opportunities to develop and extend their scientific knowledge.
Recently, we enjoyed a visit from Wolverhampton University who set up a forensic scene investigation in the y5/6 classroom. Wearing full PPE, we took blood swobs, dusted for finger prints and searched for objects that could we could send to the laboratory to be analysed for DNA.
We have also have explored influential women who have inspired others during Women’s History Week.
Lots of enthusiastic scientists from years 3, 4 & 5 enjoyed making raisins dance, spaghetti float, blowing up a balloon using a chemical reaction, making a rainbow and taking part in an engineering challenge to build the biggest freestanding tower. Well done to all our super scientists who attended science club!