At Saxon all children are scientists. Our curriculum aims to build on the skills and prior scientific knowledge through scientific enquiry and practical hands on learning year on year. Children are able to learn with others as well as independently to problem solve. They can question and discuss using accurate scientific vocabulary to unravel misconceptions alongside scientific enquiries. By the end of Year 6, our aim is for all children to have the ability to transition easily to secondary school science and beyond. They will have sustained accurate understanding of the science subjects and have developed the skills of this discipline; they are able to choose their method of enquiry. As lifelong curious learners who question the world around them, they understand the relevance of science both in everyday life and in our ever-changing world. The relevance of science is promoted by looking at both past and present scientists and how they, the children, could change our world in the future. By using our community and our environment, a love for science is further embedded.