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Science at St. Bridget's

SCIENCE

Our Science Curriculum

Year 1

  • Plants
  • Animals, including humans
  • Everyday materials
  • Light
  • Seasonal changes

Year 3

  • Plants
  • Animals, including humans
  • Rocks
  • Light
  • Forces and magnets

Year 5

  • All living things
  • Animals, including humans
  • Properties and changes of materials
  • Earth and space
  • Forces

Year 2

  • All living things and their habitats
  • Plants
  • Animals, including humans
  • Uses of everyday materials
  • Sound

Year 4

  • All living things and their habitats
  • Animals, including humans
  • States of matter
  • Sound
  • Electricity

Year 6

  • All living things
  • Animals, including humans
  • Evolution and inheritance
  • Light
  • Electricity

Why is Science Important?

Importance of science:

Science stimulates, excites and satisfies pupil’s curiosity about phenomena and events in the world around them. Since science links direct practical experience with ideas, it can engage learners at many levels. Through science, pupils understand how major scientific ideas contribute to technological change – impacting on industry, business and medicine and improving the quality of life. They learn to question and discuss science-based issues that may affect their own lives, the direction of society and the future of the world.

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