Science Curriculum

Here at Blakesley Hall Primary School, we believe that all children have the right to an exciting, real and practical curriculum. Science plays a huge role in this and develops many transferable skills to set pupils up for the wider world.

We develop a wide range of skills through Science, such as gathering and recording data, curiosity and questioning, exploration and problem solving. Each of these skills are of high importance in preparing children for the world beyond school. We encourage the children to question aspects and voice their ideas in a safe and stimulating environment.

During lessons, pupils have opportunities to explore a variety of aspects and carry out various practical activities and investigations, whether that be using equipment within the classroom or making use of our outdoor space to support their learning. We aim to make our Science as real as possible for our students.

As a result of our teaching and learning of Science at Blakesley, we provide a curriculum that fosters children’s natural curiosity and encourages them to ‘have a go’ and explore their ideas.