1. Our school chickens. The pupils are involved in the care of our hens, taking it in turns to feed and clean, and collect the eggs.
2. The Bird-Box project – designed to allow children to see the nesting process of a bird and their hatchlings develop from the eggs cracking, to them having the confidence to fly into the outside world.
3. Our Science T-shirts help our children to recall science vocabulary and to consolidate and revise their understanding of themes and topics within their science learning.
4. Different year groups attend different trips throughout the year, aimed at developing their knowledge in one particular area.
5. We welcome visitors to our school, to support our teaching of different aspects of Science, as well as help develop our children further with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) challenges.
6. We are holding three whole school STEM days this year, to provide the children with experiences that require them to incorporate their scientific understanding with Maths, Engineering and Technology.
7. We run a STEM competition, asking our families to become involved with the development of strategies of overcome a particular problem.
8. We show-case our Science and STEM learning at a Science Fair – where parents and other schools are welcomed to share the learning we have achieved.