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Learners maintain their natural curiosity through exploring, investigating and researching as scientists, noticing links to the wider world and their futures.


Children ask their own questions about the world and are supported to discover the answers themselves.

Children experience awe and wonder, and maintain their natural curiosity in how the world works.

All children work as a scientist and see that science is an important part of our world, and part of many jobs they could have in the future.

Children are enabled to explore new concepts through a broad range of topics within the curriculum, making links to their prior learning and other subjects.

Science teaching and learning is good at Craneswater when …

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