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The children of Mab Lane love Science!

Science is a core area of the curriculum and we place a huge emphasis on practical work and questioning skills which the children love. We let them investigate and explore different aspects of the Science curriculum to foster enthusiasm and participation.

 

Science is split into 3 further subjects: chemistry, physics and biology. Within these the children study a  wide range of topics which follow the Learning Challenge Curriculum and build upon prior knowledge as they progress through the school. 

 

Autumn Term - look at what we are learning this half term!

Year 1 - Biology

Year 1 will be looking at plants this half term and investigating them in their local environment.

 

Year 2 - Biology

Year 2 will be looking at habitats and creatures in the local environment.

 

Year 3 - Physics

Year 3 will be investigating forces and magnetism.

 

Year 4 - Biology

Year 4 will be looking at habitats and moving onto the Human Body.

 

Year 5 - Physics

Year 5 are investigating the Sun, Moon and planets in our solar system.

 

Year 6 - Physics linked into Biology

Year 6 will be investigating evolution and focusing on the life of Charles Darwin.

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Investigating plants in our local environment

Biology - The Human Body

Sound

States of Matter - Making Non-Newtonian Fluid (slime)

Biology - Habitat building

Science - Human Body

Making circuits