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Science

Science

 

At Milstead our Science curriculum covers the key science learning of physics, chemistry and biology. The teaching emphasises how science has impacted on our world both positively and negatively and consider how scientific knowledge is important in assisting future generations and the planet.

 

In science we aim to develop children's natural curiosity about the world around them to practice key scientific skills such as researching, working methodically, recording, categorising and considering the implications of their scientific skills and knowledge. We want our lessons to be practical and investigative, allowing the children to explore, observe, question, hypothesise, test and evaluate. Children are enriched with increasing confidence in their own learning, the embedding of meta-cognitive techniques for deeper consideration of the subject, and an understanding of the importance of working together independently and collaboratively.

 

We teach children to carry out systematic investigations, working on their own and with others. Children are encouraged to talk about their work and its significance, and communicate ideas using a wide range of scientific language, conventional diagrams, charts and graphs. We teach children to draw meaningful conclusions through reasoning and the evaluation of evidence.

 

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