Science

This subject teaches young people essential aspects of the knowledge, methods, processes and uses of science. It involves an understanding of key knowledge and concepts and the three main disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics. 

We found 25 challenges in the Subject area 'Science'

Challenge Level NLH
Learners will identify different light sources and shadows.
WTE1  10
Learners will explore changes in time by encountering different seasons and the changes this brings in temperature, clothing and activities.
WTE1  10
Learners will explore their own indoor environment to develop their sensory awareness.
WTE1  10
Learners will investigate and undertake experiments following standard scientific convention.
E1  10
Learners will investigate and undertake experiments following standard scientific convention.
E2  10
The aim is to learn how a light microscope functions by understanding and naming the different parts of it, as well as demonstrating how to observe a preprepared slide specimen.
E1  10
The learner will be able to name the different parts of the bunsen burner and know how to use the equipment. The learner will light the burner safely, produce a roaring flame and then turn it off.
E1  10
The learner will be introduced to the very earliest stages of basic plant identification, they will be encouraged to look at and examine what they see and identify what is and is not a plant.
WTE1  10
The learner will build on Plant identification - basic, further exploring basic plant structure and introducing basic identification of trees through observation and time of the year.
E1  10
The learner will be able to identify the different soil structures using soil texture as a method of identification, they will be able to handle different types of soil.
WTE1  10
The learner will participate in a project to investigate the soil conditions required for optimal growth of a plant. They will produce a workbook to keep a project record and display their results.
E2  30
Learners will be able to identify common pests, their effects on plants and flowers and demonstrate a method of control of these pests
E3  20
The learner will participate in a project to develop their understanding of plant identification with a focus on flowers. They will produce a workbook to display their favourite flowers.
E2  20
The learner will be able to identify common garden pests and the positive and negative effect they have on plants and flowers.
E2  10
The learner will plant up a prepared site and a container and look after them with support.
E1  20
The learner will plant up a prepared site and a container and look after them. They will begin to learn about propagation through verbal instruction and demonstrations.
E2  20
The learner will plant up a prepared site and learn about different propagation techniques.
E3  20
The learner will participate in a range of horticultural activities and demonstrate their preferences and dislikes in response to the activities.
WTE1  20
The learner will participate in pet care routines including feeding, grooming and cleaning out.
WTE1  10
The learner will experience being supported to look after a pet in the school environment including feeding and cleaning out.
WTE1  10