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Library Science Section

Make sure you check out the science section of our non-fiction library. It’s full of fascinating science books that you can enjoy during the school day or even borrow for home reading!

Submit your Science Facts

In the science section of the library you can find our new Science Facts cards. Would you like to see your favourite science facts on our school website? Would you like to help others learn amazing facts about science?

  • Write down your science fact on a card
  • Include your name on the card
  • Submit your card to Mr Paton's room
  • Check our science page to see your facts online 
  • Earn 5 team points for every great fact we put on the website

Remember you can use our new library resources to help you.


Click the star below to see our facts!

Science at Inquiry Time

Looking for something different to do at Inquiry Time? Check out the new science section in the art room! We've got games, activities, quizzes, colouring pages and much more!

Science Learning in Kensington

Three Little Pigs Investigation by RP

Can RM Build a House That Can Stand Up to the Big Bad Wolf?

Year 3 Habitats

Year 4 Colgate Challenge

Year 4 investigating their teeth

Year 5 investigating forces

Year 6 investigating the impact of different types of exercise on their heart rate

Year 6 have been creative in their work on blood type

Year 6 Health and Safety training

Science Week 


In March 2019, every class thoroughly enjoyed taking part in their science day to mark the importance of British Science Week. Throughout 'Enquiry Time' the children turned into mini scientists and worked with great enthusiasm whilst developing their 'Working Scientifically' skills.

Parental involvement and Science - March 2018


This week the 'Family Learning Science Workshop' was a huge success! It was great to see so many parents and family members getting involved in  many different exciting science activities with your children. Thank you to all who attended. It was great to hear such positive comments from you all. We hope to run similar workshops in the future so look out for these.


Science Policies and documentation - all policies and documents reviewed Jan 19

Science Club - Making links with the wider Community


Purpose of the Science National Curriculum

The aim is for all teachers to provide a high-quality science education so children develop a good understanding of the world around them, which weaves biology, chemistry and physics learning throughout. Science has changed our lives and it will continue to do so in the future, therefore it is vital that our new science curriculum excites and stimulates curiosity about the natural phenomena for all children. It is imperative that children to continue to develop an understanding of the different processes and methods used in science, through different scientific enquiries, by ‘Working Scientifically’. 


Here at Kensington Primary school we believe that science stimulates and excites pupils’ curiosity about phenomena and events in the world around them. In our school children enjoy exploring the world around them from a very early age and it is important for them to practically explore and interact with their physical environment. Children thoroughly enjoy their Science lessons, especially practical investigative work. It is important for teachers to develop pupils’ curiosity, enjoyment, skills and a growing understanding of science knowledge through an approach whereby children raise questions and investigate the world in which they live. Daily we strive to provide lots of opportunities for children to develop their own knowledge and skills.  We aim to promote Children's scientific thinking and ensure that children develop to think 'like real Scientists'.


There is a big focus on ‘Science and spoken language’ in the new curriculum, as what children hear and speak are key factors in developing their scientific vocabulary and articulating of scientific concepts. 


It is important for our teachers to be open minded and almost ‘let go’ when our children are planning investigations to enable children to follow their own lines of enquiry and their curiosity.  Our aim  is for teachers to be creative by finding new and exciting ways to enable children to discover for themselves the science which lies hidden.


‘Imagination is more important than knowledge. For while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand, imagination points to all we might yet discover and create.’ 


‘If you are not prepared to be wrong, you will never come up with anything original.’  

Albert Einstein



Science Experiment Web Links

Visit the web links below for simple experiments you can do at home.

SAFETY: Please do not try the experiments without an adult to supervise.

* With adult supervision take some time to try out a mini experiment and record your findings in a creative way. You could create a poster, a comic strip, a leaflet, your findings as jottings or even complete one of our planning, do, results and conclusion booklets.


Have fun and further your own learning!

Note for Parents:

If you would like to help support your child’s knowledge and understanding of the topics that they are exploring and investigating in Science then feel free to use the links provided. If you have any questions regarding Science and the National Curriculum for Science then feel free to contact me. Also, if you find any resources that you think would be beneficial to add to our resource bank, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

You can email me at school mailto:

FAO: Science Coordinator : Mr Sean Paton