Science

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At Flanderwell we strongly believe that Science should help spark imagination, fuel curiosity and nurture inspired and confident young scientists. We know that children construct understanding of the world through experience. In order to make learning real children need to explore, ask questions, and assess their understanding. Our curriculum is based on a robust teaching and learning cycle that puts children and hands-on active learning at its heart and ensures progress for all.

 

 

We use Science Bug as part of our Science curriculum and this links with the New Primary Science Programme of Study.

 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

 

KS1 Working scientifically

LKS2 Working Scientifically

UKS2 Working Scientifically

Biology

 

Types of Animals

 

Parts of animals

(including humans) 

 

 

Feeding and Exercise

(including humans)

 

Living Things 2

 

Movement and Feeding (including humans)

 

Human Nutrition

 

Life Cycles

 

(including changes in humans)

Our Bodies (Circulation, healthy living and transport of water and nutrients)

Evolution and Inheritance

 

Habitats

 

Living Things (Things that all living things have in common)

 

Dangers to Living Things

 

Grouping Living Things

 

 

Classifying living things

 

Plants (identifying and structure)

 

Growing Plants

Parts of a Plant

(structure and function)

What plants need

 

 

Chemistry

Comparing Materials

 

Identifying Materials

Changing Shape

 

Uses of Materials

 

Changes of State

Separating

mixtures

 

Types of change

 

Materials

 

 

 

 

Rocks and Soils

 

Physics

Changing Seasons

 

 

 

Earth and Space

 

 

Electricity

 

Changing circuits

Light and Shadows

 

Forces

Light and sound

Magnets and Forces

 

 

 

Sound

Follow the link below to view the full programme of study:

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/239132/PRIMARY_national_curriculum_-_Science.pdf

 

 

 

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