Meadow View JMI School

Meadow View JMI School

Dream, Believe, Achieve

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Frampton Way, Great Barr, Birmingham B43 7UJ

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Science

Science

At Meadow View, our science curriculum helps to foster inquisitive learners with big dreams and a thirst for knowledge about the world we live in. Our aim is to deliver practical and memorable experiences for pupils, which encourage curiosity and questioning.
Our diverse curriculum ensures that pupils develop a range of transferable skills such as enquiry, observation, communication and teamwork.
We want our pupils to leave Meadow View ready for the challenges of the future and aware of their responsibility to help sustain our amazing planet.



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 Year 1 - Animals- knowledge organiser.docxDownload
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 Year 1 - Plants - knowledge organiser.docxDownload
 Year 2 - Animals including humans - knowledge organiser.docxDownload
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World Space Week 2022 - 4-10th October

 This years theme was 'sustainability' and how the impact of space debris can affect Earth and what we can do to reduce waste in space.

Thank you to all the children who entered the world space week competition. Please see some of the entries in the PowerPoint below.

Congratulations to Isla in 5I who came third. Holly in 3A who was second. Jaxon in 4F who came first!

Reception have been learning about the solar system and they have learnt the names of the planets. They used the solar system song to help them remember the order of the planets and some facts about them. They then had lots of fun accessing more space activities in the classroom. They drew their own rockets and spaceships, ordered the planets, made stick pin astronauts and enjoyed exploring many space books.

Reception

Reception are exploring the natural world around them, spending time in the outdoor area. They have been using their senses outside whilst digging deep into the planters. They discovered carrots and mini beasts in the soil. The children were responsible for washing the carrots and making them ready to eat. 

Year 1

In the Autumn term, Year 1 are looking at the unit 'Animals Including Humans' and are working towards answering the big question,'Why do elephants have such big ears?'

Year 3

In Autumn 1, Year 3 are working on the unit'Animals Including Humans' and are working to answer the big question, 'What's under my skin?'

Year 5

In the Autumn term, Year 5 are looking at the unit 'Properties and Changing Materials' and are working towards answering the big question,'Are all changes reversible?' 

Year 2

In the Autumn term, Year 2 are looking at the unit 'Animals Including Humans' and are working towards answering the big question,'What does it mean to be alive?' 

Year 4

In term Autumn 1, Year 4 are looking at the unit 'Electricity' and working towards answering the big question,'What is a circuit?' 

Year 6

In the Autumn term, Year 6 are working on the unit, 'Light and Electricity' and are working towards answering the big question,'How did we see in the dark electricity?' 

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