Science

The experiences and outcomes for Science have been written to allow children and young people to:

• investigate their environment by observing, exploring, investigating and recording
• demonstrate a secure understanding of the big ideas and concepts of science
• make sense of evidence collected and presented in a scientific manner
• recognise the impact science makes on their lives, on the lives of others, on the environment and on culture
• express opinions and make decisions on social, moral, ethical, economic and environmental issues informed by their knowledge and understanding of science
• establish the foundation where appropriate, for more advanced learning and future careers in the sciences and technologies

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