Science

At St. Luke's we strive to provide our children with our engaging Science curriculum and encourage our children to work scientifically. Through science pupils will continue to deepen their respect, care and appreciation for the natural world and all its phenomena.

 

 Our aims:

  • to develop pupils’ enjoyment and interest in science and an appreciation of its contribution to all aspects of everyday life
  • to build on pupils’ curiosity and sense of awe of the natural world
  • to use a planned range of investigations and practical activities to give pupils a greater understanding of the concepts and knowledge of science
  • to introduce pupils to the language and vocabulary of science
  • to develop pupils’ basic practical skills and their ability to make accurate and appropriate measurements
  • to develop pupils’ use of computing in their science studies.
  • to promote a ‘healthy lifestyle’ in our pupils.  

St. Luke's Science Ambassadors

British Science Week 2017

Friday 10th March to Monday 19th March 2017

 

What a week we had!

 

Starting with a Mad Science assembly from Nuclear Naz. Followed by the arrival of an incubator and later chicks. Years 4, 5 and 6 were fortunate to spend an afternoon with North West Cancer Research learning about DNA and how to extract it from strawberries. There were poster competitions to enter, opportunities to Work Scientifically every day and completing our week with a dress like a scientist day.

St. Luke's Catholic Primary School, The Willows, Frodsham, Cheshire WA6 7QP

Tel: 01244 981290 | Email: admin@stlukes.cheshire.sch.uk