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Science at Dallam


Collaborating with our local High School:Beamont Collegiate Academy

Knowledge organisers:

National Curriculum for Science KS1 and KS2


What the children at Dallam say about Science:

"I enjoyed going to Beamont High School for our science lessons because not only did it provide us with an education, but it let us experience high school life."

Jessica Year 6

" I love science because of the investigations we do at school!" 

Harley Year 4

"I really enjoy science at Dallam because there are so many things you can do such as build, therorize and create. It is such a diverse subject."

Demi Year 6

"I love science because it makes me smart. I enjoyed touching different materials."

Kai Year 1

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At Dallam Primary, children acquire key skills, knowledge and vocabulary outlined in the National Curriculum 2014 and the Early Years Foundation Profile 2018, to enable them to think and communicate scientifically and ask scientific questions. We are committed to providing as many opportunities both inside and outside the classroom as possible, to expose our children to a wide range of scientific experiences.

With a focus on the 5 strands of enquiry: Pattern seeking, research, identifying and classifying, fair testing, comparative testing and observing over time, we foster a sense of curiosity about the world in which we live, through the specific disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics.

Through our science curriculum, children develop as collaborative, independent and reflective learners. At each stage, children build upon prior learning so that they are well prepared for the next step in their education and ultimately, to make a true difference to the world they live in. Employment opportunities in Warrington have a strong STEM focus and we prepare our children for the jobs they may take in the future.

Science in Early Years

Science in KS1 and KS2

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