In Science lessons at our school, teachers use a variety of visual, auditory and kineaesthetic teaching and learning styles. Our principal aim is to engage children in pupil led, enquiry-based research activities whilst improving their general knowledge of scientific facts and skills. They have the opportunity to use a variety of data, such as statistics, graphs, pictures, and photographs - developing their Mathematical understanding and use across the curriculum - as well as an opportunity to use a vast range of scientific equipment to investigate, challenge and discover! In the EYFS, ‘Understanding the World’ incorporates many elements of discovery and investigation which is evident throughout the primary programmes of study. In KS1 and 2, children begin to engage with the different Scienctific disciplines of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. There is also a clear progression in the level of skill and understanding expected as the children grow through the school, and knowledge and skills are built upon as the pupils move from year group to year group. Each Half-Term, the pupils will take part in a Scientific enquiry week in which they will be introduced to 'Sally the Super Science Sleuth'. Sally is a character who will progress through school with the pupils, setting enquiry-based assessment tasks for the pupils focusing on knowledge and skill development. These tasks allow Teachers to make sound judgements about the pupils' performance in Science, as well as to set appropriate targets and track progress.