At Teversham we follow the National Curriculum for science. Please follow the link below for further information.
Peregrine Class dissecting flowers to understand about pollination and fertilisation.
Science Week in Hawk Class - using tweezers and clips to demonstrate how bird beaks have evolved to be specialised to particular foods.
Science Week in Peregrine - investigating how water travels up the stem of a plant using coloured water.
Peregrine Class - making skeletons with dog biscuits - version 1 and 2
Hawk Class - planning and carrying out a scientific inquiry: Which exercise makes the heart work hardest?
Peregrine Class - testing the strength of different magnets.
Peregrine Class - Scrapyard Challenge - finding out which materials are magnetic.
Peregrine Class conducting an experiment to test the friction of different surfaces.
Peregrine Class learning about forces being a push or a pull.
Peregrine exploring 3 types of rock through drama.
Exploring the characteristics and properties of rocks
Peregrine Class dissecting flowers to identify and label the different parts.
Year 3 Investigating Friction and forces
Eagle Class Soil Permeability Experiment
Science Overview for each year group.
In Science Hummingbird class have been learning about Autumn. We went on an Autumn walk and explored the signs of Autumn.
To support their learning about the Circulatory System, Hawk class had a visit from Mr Fabb - a physician's assistant who works with blood on a daily basis.
In KS2 we are learning how to conduct experiments. Year 6 designed and conducted their own experiments to test their theories about fitness and heart rates.
In our EYFS we learn about the world around us in science. This term we have been learning about Autumn and our bodies.
Displays about science from our Stunning Start day 2017.
Our Spring Term 'Stunning Start' 2017. We were all scientists for the day and enjoyed a wide range of experiments and new experiences.
EYFS - exploring our world, using our senses and talking about what we observe...