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Chilvers Coton Community School and Nursery

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What does Science look like at Chilvers Coton?

Chilvers children love science! Best of all we like finding things out and testing our ideas.  We are getting better at predicting what might happen and explaining why or how things have happened.

During science lessons at Chilvers we encourage our pupils to ask questions and recognise that they can be answered in different ways . We practise observing closely, using simple equipment, and performing simple tests. We learn how to identify and sort objects and materials through investigation and experimentation.  Children develop a curiosity to find out about plants, animals, humans and all living things and record their findings in lots of different ways. 


Science is a great way to make learning fun and relatable.

There are lots of science experiments that you can carry out at home, using things that you might find in your cupboards.

Have a go at completing some of these experiments at home - don't forget to take a picture and send it to your teacher on Class Dojo!


Useful websites with lots ideas for experiments:

What do Chilvers children think about Science?

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Take a look at what Nursery and Reception have been learning about

Look at what KS1 have been discovering

Science Club

In our Science Club the children have been very busy taking part in different experiments.

They have planned, predicted and worked in groups to discuss and record what they have discovered. 

Science websites to explore


(Disclaimer: Chilvers Coton Community School and Nursery works hard to ensure that every link provided on this page has been thoroughly checked before being published. Chilvers Coton Community School and Nursery does not have control over third party content and therefore cannot be liable for any changes made to it.)

Parent Information

We are here to support families in any way possible, so if you do need support please speak to your child's class teacher. Our pastoral team are always available if you need any support or advice

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