Science CurriculumAt Teversham we follow the National Curriculum for science. Please follow the link below for further information.
Year 3 - Naming and looking at parts of a flower to understand what job each part plays.
Year 5 - completing an investigation into air resistance
Year 5 - Filering and sieving to explore reversible changes
Year 2 - Exploring different materials and their properties.
Year 4 - Testing electrical circuits
Year 3 - Understanding magnetic force
Year 5 - Investigating the effects of Friction and it's real life application
Year 3 - Understanding friction as a force.
Year 3 Science - understanding that a force is a push or a pull.
Year 2 - Recycling - sorting materials
Year 2 - Investigating different materials to see if they are absorbent or not.
Year 1 - exploring every day materials
Year 5 - investigating the property of materials by finding the best insulator
Year 3 - fossil making.
Year 3 - testing the permeability of different rocks.
Year 3 - making skeletons
Year 3 - testing the strength of different magnets.
Year 3 - testing the friction of different surfaces.
Year 3 - Investigating how light travels.
Year 2 - Micro Habitats and mini beast hunting
Magic Mirrors! Peregrine Class using mirror reflection to walk the tight rope!
Peregrine Class dissecting flowers to understand about pollination and fertilisation.
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 our EYFS we learn about the world around us in science. This term we have been learning about Autumn and our bodies.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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