“Cultivating the next generation of scientists and empowering our pupils bring about positive change to an everchanging world.”
At St Anne’s Primary School, we are committed to creating life-long learners who will be equipped with the knowledge, skills and drive to contribute positively to an ever-changing world. Our vision is to create budding, confident scientists, with inquisitive, questioning minds and well developed critical-thinking skills. We recognise the importance of science in every aspect of daily life. We aim to create a science curriculum that fosters engaged exploration, considers inquiry and reflective evaluation so that children can develop a full understanding of the knowledge and skills essential to successful learning in science and in their ongoing life.
Science Home Learning Project- Rainbows and Colour
During Summer Term 2, pupils were challenged to carry out an investigation based on our whole school theme 'Rainbows and Colour'. Below are some examples of what pupils have been learning about at home during school closure.
Science Home Learning Project- The Great Bug Hunt
During Summer Term 1, pupils were challenged to create a home learning project all about bugs. Below are some amazing examples of what pupils have been learning about at home during school closure.