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St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

'For every future, for every child'


Statement of Intent


As a St Gregory’s scientist, you will be able to learn and investigate a whole range of scientific ideas and concepts. You will be presented with exciting opportunities to apply your problem solving and enquiry skills to a variety of situations in order to enable you to discover and learn about the science behind every day phenomena. Asking questions and investigating predictions and ideas will become second nature to you. During your experiments, you will also learn how to confidently use a range of scientific equipment to assist you in your problem solving. In addition to this, you will gain valuable knowledge regarding a range of scientific topics including the following: animals including humans; electricity and light; evolution and inheritance; and Earth and space. Throughout your time at St Gregory’s, you will build on your investigation skills, improving and refining these until you are a confident and successful young scientist.


St Gregory's Catholic Primary School is a Rights Respecting School and we know and understand that you have the right to an education that helps you to use and develop your talents and abilities. It should also help you to learn to live peacefully, protect the environment and respect other people (Article 29).


St Gregory's Catholic Primary School 'Science Vision'

Science Overviews

KS1 Science:

Science Animal Workshop Tuesday 18th June 2019

Science Workshop Tuesday 19th March 2019:

Examples of our Science Learning:


In addition to your science learning in class, you can also enjoy exploring fun experiments in our STEM after school club. Please click on the link below to find out more:

SMSC and British Values in Science