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Welcome to our Hampton Science Page!

Here at Hampton, our aim is to ensure that children extend their knowledge and understanding of the natural and physical world in which they live.

 

Throughout their time at school, each area of the Science National Curriculum will be visited twice. Children will learn about famous scientists and their discoveries. Scientific knowledge is taught through a variety of experiments and investigations,which build on existing knowledge and children are always encouraged to be curious and ask questions about what they notice.

 

This year, we are really excited to announce that we have now started a KS2 Science Club running on Mondays after school. It has been fantastic to see the enthusiasm and love of science from the children in Term 1 and our second group are excited about their turn in Term 2.

 

Come and take a look at the experiments we have been doing!

4.12.17 Science club looked at circuits today. We had fun making circuits using bulbs, motors and buzzers!

27.11.17 This week in Science club we have made our own lava lamps. Ella (Year 6) said, "It was really cool. I have my even made one at home with my friend!"

20.17.17 Science club have been looking at digestion this week. We used a range of interesting materials to see if we could explain the journey from food and drink to poo!

Year 4 have been looking at teeth and have created their own sets!

Year 6 have been making blood. They used a range of different items to represent the different components.

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