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At Bletchingley, we aim to develop a sense of excitement and curiosity about natural phenomena and an understanding of how the scientific community contributes to our past, present and future.


We want pupils to develop a complex knowledge of Biology, Chemistry and Physics, but also adopt a broad range of skills in working scientifically and beyond.

We ensure out Science lessons are inclusive and meaningful, so all pupils may experience the joy of science and make associations between their science learning and their lives outside the classroom.

Studying science allows children to appreciate how new knowledge and skills can be fundamental to solving arising global challenges.

Our curriculum aims to encourage critical thinking and empower pupils to question the hows and whys of the world around them. We encourage:

● A strong focus on developing knowledge alongside scientific skills across Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

● Curiosity and excitement about familiar and unknown observations.

● Challenging misconceptions and demystifying truths.

● Continuous progression by building on practical and investigative skills across all units.

● Critical thinking, with the ability to ask perceptive questions and explain and analyse evidence.

● Development of scientific literacy wide-ranging, specialist vocabulary.