Subject Leader: Mrs S Rowlands
Kennington Academy’s Aims In Science
Here at Kennington Academy, our teaching of science aims to develop the learning of children to become scientists; planning and undertaking scientific investigations and considering evidence derived from them. We encourage children to develop knowledge and understanding of important scientific ideas, processes and skills and relate these to everyday experiences, as well as promoting curiosity about the things children observe, experience and explore relating to the world around them.
SMSC in Science at Kennington Academy
Science website links for Parents and Carers
BBC Bitesize – BBC Bitesize science website – absolutely perfect for revision of topics with interactive games and class clips.
http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/experiments.html – Science experiments for kids – a variety of activities that could be carried out by the children at home.
http://www.education.com/activity/science/ – Science activities and experiments
https://www.nasa.gov/kidsclub/index.html – Nasa Kids’ Club – Nasa website with games and activities to do.
http://www.ngkids.co.uk/science-and-nature – National Geographic Kids – Full of scientific articles, information videos and fact pages.
Scientific places of interest to visit:
Wildwood – Located in Herne Bay, children can come nose-to-nose with British wildlife past and present.
Observatory Science Centre – Located in Herstmonceux in East Sussex, this observatory has plenty of hands on science activities for children to enjoy.
Science Museum – If out on a family day trip to London, stop in at the science museum which has free entry (some extra exhibits require an additional charge).
https://kentattractions.co.uk/ – List of different places to visit in Kent with scientific links.