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Our school is a unique and special place, at the heart of the community, where children feel safe, loved and supported as they grow into who they are. Fully inclusive, we promote acceptance and embrace difference. We believe that an outstanding education is the single most important factor in ensuring success in life and we are relentless in the pursuit of this. We expect the highest level of engagement from all who share in our vision of 'beyond expectation'.

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Thursday 8th June 2017


Metis and Pandora class had a wonderful learning experience at Weymouth Sea Life Centre.  They learnt more about sea creatures and their habitats.  They also saw lots of farm animals on the way there and back.  Go look on Metis and Pandora pages for photos of their trip.  It was great to hear so much scientific vocabulary being use.  Well done!

Thursday 25th May 2017

Thank you to all the school who came to visit our wild area for Wild science AGAT this morning it was glorious and all children were a real ambassadors for their schools.  Lots of pictures were taken of your children working scientifically: sorting and classifying a variety of animals.  We saw an abundance of amphibians!

Look at some of the science we have been doing.  We have been writing about it too!
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A big thank you to three Year Six girls for creating and publishing non fiction texts for Year One children to read and share linked to their animal learning in terms 4 and 5.  They accomplished all of this at home in their own time.THEY ARE AMAZING!  Thank you the children love them.

Metis class have a new resource

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4.4.2017   Wild Science have been creating fact files and presentations on the computer.  Please take a look.


We now have tadpoles in the ponds!  Wild Science members are working on the computers finding out about newts hopefully we will add some of their findings next week.


Science Fayre 16th March

 at John of Gaunt school

I would Like to say a very well done and what great ambassadors of Studley Green School the six Year Five pupils were when we took part in the Trowbridge Science Fayre.


Our exhibit linked to science in the work place was: Manufacturers of a company like Lush or Body Shop and the science behind Bath bombs.

Here are just a few of the wonderful comments we had from Year 7 and 8 students /parents and teachers:

<Brilliant exhibit! and you get to take a bath bomb home amazing.

<Impressive                                                <great idea

<I wish we could do more                           <awesome!

<amazing idea                                             <this was cool

<good explaining                                         <I wish we could do more


Science week has arrived!

Studley Green pupils are all being Scientist this week and the weather is really helping.  Science is all about exploring and finding out about the world around us and this year we are focusing on the school grounds and things that effect us daily.  Here are just a few photos of what has been happening in class and the marvelous environment that we have.  More to come over the coming days!


We have had a very productive afternoon today.  Wild science club went out armed with gloves, litter pickers and bags and collected 3 bags of rubbish from the wild area.  We also went pond dipping and found plenty of newts.  We were very happy to find a pregnant newt as well. Can you spot her in the pictures below? She is browner and has an enlarged tummy! 


This week in Wild science we found, cleaned and filled all the bird feeders.  We went looking in the ponds and can you guess what we found? Look below

Picture 1 Frogspawn
Picture 2 More frogspawn
Picture 3 and more frogspawn
Picture 4 a very little but friendly newt
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Picture 7 A empty birds egg
Picture 8 Filling up the bird feeders
Picture 9 Can you see the willow shoots?
Picture 10 It's growing!
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Picture 12 Evidence of birds - feathers

Signs of spring!

Wild Science club have found signs of spring this week (27.2.2017) while on our scavenger hunt in the wild area.  We found daffodils, primroses, crocuses, snowdrops, snails, nests, worms, frogs and the first pond filling up with frogspawn.

 National Science week

10th - 19th March 2017

Watch this space for what's happening at Studley Green!

Science Fayre letter

Today 31.1.2017 in Wild Science Club we found Water fleas, Freshwater shrimps, Great pond snails, Caddis fly larvae, Dragonfly nymphs, Leeches, Frogs, Pond weed and Water lilies.  Can you see them in the pictures?  We also noticed that the Willow is staring to sprout!

Tuesday 24th January

Well done to all those who came to our Wacky races reading workshop on Tuesday.  You were all wonderful.  Check out what you made!

Friday 6th January 2017

As part of their science learning Luna, Atlas, Hydra and Pan Classes visited @Bristol and experienced their planetarium.  Please ask them about what they learnt and look out for some pictures.

Wild Science Club

Enjoy learning outside and getting dirty this is the club for you. Starting Term 3

(speak to Mrs Cottle to find out about spaces)

Calling all young scientists and explorers!

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Welcome to our Science Page
The principal focus of science teaching is to enable pupils to experience and observe phenomena, looking more closely at the natural and humanly-constructed world around them. (National Curriculum 2014)

Every term we use our scientific skills to learn about another area of science.  Take a look at your class Topic letter to find out what areas of science you are learning about at the moment.

Picture 1 What's going on in Ganymede?
Picture 2 What is happening?
Picture 3 UH! Ask someone in Ganymede class.
Picture 4 Metis class have been looking for signs of autumn
Picture 5 We found lots of dry crunchy leaves.