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Spring Term

During our LPS Review week, during the Spring term, the AoLE leader undertook 'workbook looks' and spoke with learners from each year group about Science & Technology throughout the school. Following this, they then fed back to our allocated school governor about the progress made against the Science & Technology Action Plan.  


We identified the following strengths related to our Action Plan:


All classes have produced LPS Curriculum Projects with a number of Science and Technology experiences, which enables pupils to demonstrate high standards of work within the science and technology area of learning. Examples of these standards of work can be found by clicking on the hyperlinks below.


Through workbook looks, as well as listening to learners from each of the classes, the AoLE leader found that pupils across LPS experiences a rich variety of activities across the science and technology area of learning, enabling learners to improve their understanding of the wide spectrum of concepts within science and technology.

For example, in KS2 learners:

In Foundation Phase:

  • Created graphs using JiT5.
  • Used ICT to research topic areas.
  • Investigated how our senses work and help us. 

  • Planned, developed and reflected on a melting enquiry. 


    Through conversations with learners, we found that many classes have had opportunities for virtual reality (VR) experiences within class sessions. These rich virtual experiences are designed to engage the pupils fully into an area of learning, as well as immerse the learners into experiences which will help improve understanding in a more practical scenario. Nearly all learners who have had experiences of VR within class sessions enjoyed the experiences and said that it 'helped' them with their learning and that they were 'excited to use the headsets'.

    Examples of these VR experiences were: 



    Next steps:

  • AoLE leader and iTeam to continue to review all LPS Curriculum Projects to check skill progression as well as subject breadth (e.g. Science: Biology, Physics, Chemistry across the school) - Ongoing target.​

  • AoLE leader and iTeam to suggest further S&T learning experiences – providing pupil voice to help shape the LPS Curriculum -  Ongoing target.​

  • AoLE leader to organise training based on questionnaire responses by teaching staff to help improve engagement and standards of this AoLE.

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