Y6 Pupil Voice - Science

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Our Y6 children have been reflecting on their science teaching and learning this year.

This is what they said they enjoyed:

  • Designing and making periscopes — with cross curricular links to art, maths, history, DT and literacy — light
  • Shadow puppets — light
  • Making an alarmed box — electricity
  • Heart dissection / making blood smoothies — heart and circulatory system
  • Eggsperiments — osmosis — heart and circulatory system
  • Skittles diffusion — heart and circulatory system

This is what they said about why they enjoyed their science

  • fun
  • practical
  • experts came in to teach them and they went to work with experts
  • independent thinking
  • interesting experiments
  • group working
  • freedom to explore and discover
  • resilience and positive thinking
  • higher level activities.

    A huge thank you to Mrs Clarke for organising and delivering science of such high interest and quality.

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