Supporting your child at home with science

Science Subject Leader: Mrs K Robertson-Browne
kbrowne@bramingham.net
In our science lessons at Bramingham Primary School, we aim to give pupils a range of experiences.  We provide appropriate activities to develop children's scientific knowledge, understanding and skills.  Please see below for our long term school plan.
Your child is likely to have questions and concerns about the Coronavirus situation.  This page contains carefully selected, child-friendly content and resources to help explain some of the science behind this new virus and provide some helpful videos and activities.
Updated Summer Term
 
Please take a look at the power point below to find lots of practical ideas that you can have a go at with your child.
Each activity also discusses the science behind each experiment.
 
 
 
Science home discussion questions
 
This is comprehensive list of questions that you can focus on and discuss with your child to support the objectives covered in science.  Please go to your child's year group and you can then find the topics and questions that are relevant to your child.
 
 
BBC Bitesize is a fantastic resource that is available free of charge at https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize  
 
You will need to sign up and create an account if you have not got one already. 
Here you can find videos and information to support learning across the whole science curriculum for all Key Stages.  (There are also many resources available for other subjects.)
 This is informative, interactive and includes games to help children understand scientific topics.
 
 
30 Day Lego Building Challenge
 
If you have lego at home, why not take part in a 30 day Lego building challenge?
 
This is a great way to develop STEM (Science, technology, engineering and maths) skills!  Each day poses a new challenge.  How will you plan?  What shapes will be best?  How will you make your structure stable?  
 
 
Some fun activities to try with ice!