Science at Seabridge
At Seabridge we want to create scientist that and inquisitive and ask questions about the world around them. As our children move through the school, we believe that they should become increasingly more aware of the different disciplines - Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Characteristics of a scientist:
- They are confident to use scientific vocabulary accurately during lessons and investigations - both written and verbally;
- They have the ability to think deeply and raise questions when working scientifically, applying the knowledge and skills they have been taught;
- They demonstrate a good understanding of a range of famous scientists, knowing how the work they have done has impacted on the present day and how it may impact future developments.
Science Key documentation
Key Vocabulary: Year 1
Key Vocabulary: Year 2
Key Vocabulary: Year 3
Key Vocabulary: Year 4
Key Vocabulary: Year 5
Key Vocabulary: Year 6
Aspirations for the future
At Seabridge we are always thinking about how to prepare our children for the next stage in their learning journey and beyond. We regularly talk to the children about their aspirations and take the time to consider the jobs that a range of the foundation subjects are needed for.
The children have all completed aspiration jars to allow them to think about the career they would like to have.
Biology - Vet, zoologist, animal conservation, doctor, nurse, physiotherapist, sport/fitness coach, medical research, microbiologist, virologist.
Physics - Engineer, astronaut, working with NASA, communication technology.
Chemistry - Farming, chef, engineering.
To find out more visit First Careers.