Science is held in high regard at Eveline Day School. It is a core curriculum subject taught throughout the Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
We provide opportunities for children to gain hands-on experience of a wide range of scientific ideas and concepts, and children are encouraged to develop a scientific view of the world in which they live and to ask questions about the things that they experience. Our pupils are naturally inquisitive and our science curriculum is designed to encourage their natural curiosity of the world.
At Eveline Day School, we teach science following the National Curriculum. Science teaching is designed and delivered to engage children and cultivate their knowledge, skills and understanding in this area of the curriculum. We regularly have workshops and take part in innovative initiatives held by museums and conferences around London. Furthermore, Forest School enables the younger children to experience a wide range of activities outside the classroom. The potential for scientific discovery is vast and the children are always excited by this link to outdoor learning.
At our school, our aim is to help our pupils live in a rapidly changing world and instil in them a sense of wonder, awe and respect for the planet in which they live.
"The scientist is not a person who gives the right answers, he is one who asks the right questions." French philosopher Claude Lévi-Strauss