Science is a valued part of the curriculum at Manor Infant School. A high-quality science education provides the foundations for understanding the world. All pupils are taught essential aspects of the knowledge, methods, processes and uses of science. Through building up an understanding of the key scientific ideas and concepts, pupils are taught to use rational explanation and encouraged to develop a sense of excitement and curiosity about natural phenomena. Children work scientifically to explain their observations, to make predictions and analyse causes.
At Manor Infant School, our vision is that: children will become curious, creative and critical scientific thinkers who are able to explore and understand the world with a sound scientific knowledge and vocabulary.
I have put together some Science home learning activities for you to try in addition to some great websites to look at.
If you complete any science at home please send a picture to your teacher via your class blog on Purple Mash (from Monday 27th April) and ask them to send it to me! (Please – no surnames or child’s faces for privacy). I can then put some on the science page to share.
Remember to always ask an adult before attempting any experiments J
Keep well, keep safe and keep smiling!
Mrs Reed x