Pupil Voice, Growth Mindset and Learning to Learn
Science at Brimsdown Primary School
Our Brimsdown science curriculum aims to raise pupils’ aspirations by encouraging curiosity so that they ask questions that fuel investigations and explorations about the world they live in. Pupils are given opportunities to learn through practical activities, real-life experiences and develop their ‘Working Scientifically’ skills. We believe that these opportunities will ensure that our children are confident, life-long learners who will be prepared for their future.
Science is good in our school when children can discover for themselves through trial and error.
Science is good in our school when it is exciting, hands on, and captures the children’s imagination.
Science is good in our school when children make discoveries that help them to make sense of and understand their world.
Science is good in our school when the children are ‘wowed’ by what they have discovered.
Science is good in our school when children are actively involved: asking questions and finding things out themselves.
Science is good in our school when children are challenged and link their learning to real life experiences.