At St John Vianney, it is our vision to instil a lifelong love of science within our pupils by providing a rich and varied curriculum. Across all year groups, pupils will build up a body of key foundational knowledge and concepts and will develop a sense of excitement and curiosity about natural phenomena.
This academic year, we have nominated our class science ambassadors. These are pupils who have shown a particular interest in science and who are working with Mr Wilde to share that love of science throughout school.

I find the human body most interesting – Layla Y6

I adore Science. I love finding out how things fly – Jacob Y6

Year 5: Separating Mixtures Investigation

Year 5 science ambassadors led a class investigation into separating mixtures. They used filtration, magnetism, sieving and evaporation.

One of our ambassadors undertook some independent research into female scientists. She shared her findings with the Y5 class and organised a vote as to which scientist they should have as their class scientist. – Excellent!

Year 6: Mould Investigation (Micro-organisms)

After learning about micro-organisms, Year 6 investigated what causes mould to grow on food. 

Year 4: Solids, Liquids & Gases

Year 4 learned about the three states of matter through a range of practical investigations.

My favourite thing about Science is when I do cool experiments – Alfie Y6

I liked it when we shone a light through a clear block and it turned into a rainbow – Ciaran Y6

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