- The SCIENCE curriculum is coherently planned and sequenced towards cumulatively sufficient knowledge, skills and attributes for pupils to develop curiosity about phenomena and to be able to explain the events of the world around them.
- All teachers have the required subject knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge to teach SCIENCE effectively following non-negotiable expectations.
- All teachers have a clear understanding of age- related expectations in SCIENCE
- Learning environments, including resources, support effective teaching and learning in SCIENCE across all classes.
- Effective monitoring and evaluation systems monitor the extent to which pupils develop knowledge, skills and attributes appropriate for their age and achieve well.