At Cathedral Primary School, our vision is to provide a hands-on Science curriculum, which empowers pupils to explore and discover the world around them. We aim to do this through practical and exciting experiences, which foster curiosity and passion for learning. Our Science curriculum is designed to ensure key scientific concepts, skills and vocabulary are built upon progressively as pupils move up through the school. Within our curriculum, we connect with local scientists and make use of the environment around us in Bristol. This helps pupils see how Science is used in real-life contexts. We believe these opportunities will ensure our pupils are confident, life-long learners with a curiosity for the world around them.
Click here to see our Science curriculum overview.
To see more detail, in terms of core knowledge taught, please click here to see an example of a core knowledge document. Our curriculum is organised in this way for all science blocks ensuring that there is progression of knowledge.
Below is a pictorial view of our science learning journey at CPS. This shows when children's knowledge of the Science defined in the National Curriculum will be taught, revisited and extended each year they progress through our school. Start at the bottom to see the learning journey from reception to Year 6.