Science at St. Maxentius

"And when he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders and goes home. Then he calls his friends and neighbours together and says "Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep"

Luke 15: 5-6

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Science Association

"Science is more than a body of research, people working in a lab or even the wider industry that surrounds that.

It’s also a way of asking questions, making decisions, and understanding the world. For us to grow as a society, it’s essential that we all do."

 

Science Long Term Plan

Take a look to see our long term plan for the teaching of science.

 

Take a look at our curriculum map

 
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Current Knowledge Organisers

Take a look to see our current knowledge organisers for each unit in Science.

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Year 1 - Animals including humans

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Year 2 - Materials

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Year 3 - Animals including humans

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Year 4 - Animals including humans

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Year 5 - Earth & space

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Year 6 - Animals including humans

 
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Learning Destinations

Take a look at our learning destinations for our current unit of work.

 
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Year 1 - Animals including humans

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Year 2 - Materials

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Year 3 - Animals including humans

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Year 4 - Animals including humans

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Year 5 - Earth & Space

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Year 6 - Animals including humans

Science Policy

For more information, you can read the Science subject policy. If you have any questions please email:
office@st-maxentius.bolton.sch.uk