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We aim to develop scientific knowledge through investigation and enquiry and have planned around the improved depth as well as breadth that the IPC curriculum offers in this area. We have ensured that the areas of study suggested by the National Curriculum are covered. IPC Topics lend themselves very well to be more meaningful for pupils.Experiments and independent discovery of answers guide them to understand the processes of the world around them. We actively encourage a 'hands on' approach to Science so pupils can hypothesise and predict then set up their own experiments to test their predictions. Conclusions drawn are then their own property and represent most meaningful learning.

 

From September 2014 we begin teaching the new National Curriculum. The curriculum contains the programmes of study and attainment targets for all subjects in KS1 and KS2. For further information please see the below link.

New Science National Curriculum 2014

UK astronaut Tim Peake launched into space on Tuesday creating a real buzz. Tim Peake has boarded the International Space Station, which will be his home for the next six months. Click on the link below to find out what Tim is doing on the international space station. Listen to some of the interviews being conducted with Tim. Some of the questions are fascinating!
Complete the following challenge. How can we make it easier for astronauts to eat in space?
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