Masefield Road, Hartlepool, Cleveland TS25 4JY
Ready to Teach, Ready to Learn
This year, Rift House are working towards the Primary Science Quality Mark. Over the next year, we are working towards improving:
Here are some photos of children enjoying their science lessons.
What do the children have to say about science?
"My favourite thing about science is that we do investigations" said a Year 2 pupil
Year 2 pupil exclaimed "I would like to do more writing in science!"
"I liked learning about the different parts of the body." said a Year 3 pupil.
"My science lessons are always fun." said a Year 3 student.
Another pupil in Year 3 has shared their views "My favourite topic in science was when we learned about rock and soils."
"Learning about living things is my favourite topic!" exclaimed a Year 4 pupil.
A year 5 student finds sciecne fun and love doing lots of experiements and reported that her her science lessons are amazing and that she get to work in a small group and with others.
Another year 5 stated "I like researching about different things and going on our science trips."
"My favourite thing about science is the experiements and that we did a puppet show when we learnt about shadows." said a student in year 6.
Science is all around us!
Here are some display from around our school.
Throughout the academic year, children across the school go on many visits and take part in lots of science experiements. Here are lots of photos of children enjoying sciecne.
As part of our Raising Aspirations for the Future week, the children are learning about famous scientists. Year 4 have been researching Grace Hopper, a famous computing scientist.
Every class across the school also researched a famous scientist and presented their findings in an assembly.
Key Stage 2 enjoying Science club
. Professor Hannah came to our school to work with all our children in every class. The theme was ‘Our Diverse Planet’ The children had lots of fun and carried out three different experiments.
Here is a link for further information www.psqm.org.uk