We teach our children to be curious think critically, and work analytically within chemistry, biology and physics so that their knowledge and scientific understanding can impact positively on themselves and the world.
How we learn Science
Science is made accessible to all pupils through a mix of practical work, first-hand experiences, special events and trips designed to inspire and engage learners. Teaching key skills such as making observations, predictions and evaluation of first hand observations are equally as important to knowledge and understanding. Our Science curriculum sparks curiosity from the Early Years and above at HPS by offering children opportunities to explore the world around us and fostering in them a sense of wonder around scientific learning!
How we deliver the Curriculum
We follow the Early Years and National Curriculums for Science, and our Science curriculum also links with other areas of a broad and balanced school curriculum. Each year group follows a curriculum map laying out what will be taught for the year. The priority is not only to teach children the scientific vocabulary and knowledge linked to the topics but also the skills that will allow them to work scientifically and apply these skills to any science topic. Children are encouraged to develop their analytical and critical thinking related to science with a focus towards building independence and problem-solving skills. We have our own progression documents which show how both knowledge and scientific skills are built upon throughout the children’s time in school.
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Hujjat School Trust, trading as Hujjat Primary School, is a charitable company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales.
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