Curriculum Leader: Miss O Stubbings
Here at Woodcroft, we aim for every student to develop a love and curiosity for Science. Through providing them with exciting and real life experiences, we hope for them to gain a deeper understanding of the science around them and think about how science will affect their own futures.
Below are some helpful resources for finding out what Science at Woodcroft looks like.
Meet our Science Counsellors
The Science Councillors represent each class and meet every half term. They help promote science throughout the school by sharing ideas, organising events and running competitions.
On the 17th January, ConnectED Science met up for a 2nd time for another exciting, experimenting afternoon! Led by Broadfields, children from Year 4 came together to investigate different liquids and their explosive properties. The children had an amazing time and we are looking forward to our next experimenting session together. Which year group will be invited next time?
Lava Lamp Science Challenge – December 2016
During December, the Science Council set a challenge for the rest of the school to create a lava lamp at home. Over 40 entries were submitted! The Science Council then judged the entries based on appearance and how well the lava lamp bubbled. Prizes were awarded assembly. Well done to all of those that entered.
Connected Schools Science Experiment Session at Woodcroft – 16th November 2016
On Wednesday 16th November, Woodcroft hosted an exciting Science Workshop for our ConnectEd partnership schools. Pupils took part in investigations exploring air resistance and aerodynamics. The children in teams on a competition to create an object that would fly the furthest.
Some amazing Science work from across the school
Visit a curriculum subject page by clicking the link listed below: