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Hetts Lane Infant and Nursery School

Working Together To Be The Best We Can Be

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Hetts Lane Infant and Nursery School

Working Together To Be The Best We Can Be

Science

At Hetts Lane Infant and Nursery School we understand the importance that science holds for our future. We foster active, knowledgeable and inquisitive scientists by offering an exciting, inclusive and inspiring curriculum that provides children with a range of opportunities to question, explore, investigate and challenge their scientific thinking to gain a deeper understanding of the world around them.

 

Science is a vital part of learning in our ever changing world. At Hetts Lane we strongly believe that it is our role to ensure that children are engaged with science and understand the key part in plays in our everyday life. Here you will find out all about the science learning that takes place at Hetts Lane as well lots of useful science information.

 

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This year we are focusing on raising science capitol in our school. If your job uses science... and most of them do! Then please get in touch we'd love your support to make our curriculum even more inspiring. If you would like to know more about Science in our school then please speak to Miss Hepworth.
As a school we have created our Science Vision and Principles for Good Learning. We want to ensure that our children are included as much as possible in this so we developed a child friendly version of this which can be seen on all science displays in school. We use them to remind us why science is so important and what we want to achieve at Hetts Lane. They also ensure a consistent approach to teaching across school for both pupils and teachers.

The Curriculum

We follow the National Curriculum. This provides us with a structure and progression for teaching science skills. We combine these objective into our own curriculum with a cross curricular approach to ensure that the learning is as real as possible for our children.  If you would like to read these documents then please click on the links below.

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