A high-quality science education provides the foundations for understanding the world through the specific disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics. Science has changed our lives and is vital to the world’s future prosperity, and all pupils should be taught essential aspects of the knowledge, methods, processes and uses of science.
The national curriculum for science aims to ensure that all pupils:
- develop scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding through the specific disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics
- develop understanding of the nature, processes and methods of science through different types of science enquiries that help them to answer scientific questions about the world around them
- are equipped with the scientific knowledge required to understand the uses and implications of science, today and for the future
Through teacher surveys and pupil voice, we have created our own Principles of Science. The principles of science, collectively combines thoughts from children and staff outlining what good science will look like at Tattershall Primary School. See our Principles of Teaching Science
The Science Team recently got together and talked about what Science meant to them and what science learning they have enjoyed at school. Here were some of the responses:
What does science mean to you?
“Been able to discover things”
“Learning about materials”
“Learning that is interesting”
What has been your favourite science learning/topic since September?
- Human lifecycles
- The Human Diet
- Animal Classification
- Classification of plants
- Female and Male parts of the flower
How can science be improved in our school?
- Even more science lessons
- More investigations
- Field trips
Class 5 have been checking their knowledge of circuits from Monday's lesson and seeing if they were correct and the circuit would or would not work.
Class 5 have have now moved on to investigating gears. They were able to see how different size gears interact with each other and use their maths skills to work out how many times a gear would turn in relation to another gear. Excellent investigation skills.
Class 5 really enjoyed their friction investigation. They decided to investigate which school school had the post grip.
Class 5 Science - Isaac Newton
Class 5 really enjoyed their Isaac Newton hunt finding out about Isaac Newton's life and his discoveries.
Gravity and Air resistance
Class 5 have been enjoying their forces learning. Class 5 created their own experiment to investigate gravity on a variety of objects. Class 5 have also created their own investigation to see the affects of air resistance and how they can change the affects of air resistance.
News report information
- First chick hatched at 2:00pm Tuesday 24th March
- There are 7 chicks, still waiting to see if the remaining 2 hatch.
- There are 5 yellow feathered chicks and 2 black feathered chicks
- The first chick stayed in the incubator till another chick hatched so it would not be lonely.
- 4 Eggs where cheeping and starting to crack as Mr Hoodless went to bed.
- When Mr Hoodless came to see the chicks at 7:00am Wednesday 25th March, there was 5 chicks in the incubator all yellow.
- These 5 chicks where then placed in their cage which has a heat lamp to keep them warm, food and water.
- Wednesday 25th March 10:00 am chick number 6 starts to hatch.
- Wednesday 25th March 12:30pm chick number 7 starts to hatch.
- Once both of these chicks had dried off in the incubator, they joined the rest of the chicks upstairs.
Class 1 enjoyed their walk in the woods. The children were able to see and talk about lots of seasonal changes.