Welcome to Elfrida's Science Page
At Elfrida Mrs Holland leads on Science teaching and learning.
Science gives children the opportunity to be inquisitive, to explore and find out about the world around them. As they progress through the school, the children carry out practical investigations with greater independence and have the opportunity to research information and use a variety of equipment and resources to test out their ideas. In their work children develop a variety of strategies to analyse what they have found out and are encouraged to record their findings accordingly.
My Activity Passport
How many tasks can you complete over the summer holidays from the activity passport?
Please see below for the 'My Activity Passport'. You may not be able to complete all of these at the moment but as things open up again you may be able to complete all activities by the end of the school year.
Please take some photos when completing the activities and show your class teacher or email your photos email@example.com.
Science over the Summer Holidays
Please see some ideas below for fun Science activities over the summer holidays. Remember to take photos to show your new teacher in September.
Science Week 2021
15th of March - 19th of March 2021
This year, Elfrida Primary School participated in British Science Week (15th – 19th March 2021).
The national theme was ‘Innovating for the Future’ and every class in school participated in carrying out investigations linked with the theme.
In addition to the activities in school, we also had a whole school competition.
The winners for the competition are below.
Well done everyone who entered the competition, we had over 100 entries and it was very difficult to decide!
STEM Science At Home
Starters for STEM are 10 activities that parents can use at home to help children develop their science, technology, engineering and maths skills. These activities are easy to resource and provide children with the stimulus to talk about the world around them.
Please complete as many of the tasks below as possible and take pictures you for your teacher to see your amazing Science skills.
Please email pictures of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To visit the STEM website please follow the link below