- WORK FROM HOME
- CORONAVIRUS A BOOK FOR CHILDREN
- HOME LEARNING EXHIBITION
- SPAGHETTI BRIDGE CHALLENGE
- CURRICULUM INTENT
- CURRICULUM MAPS & KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS
- NURSERY CURRICULUM & KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS
- RECEPTION CURRICULUM & KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS
- YEAR 1 CURRICULUM & KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS
- YEAR 2 CURRICULUM & KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS
- YEAR 3 CURRICULUM & KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS
- YEAR 4 CURRICULUM & KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS
- YEAR 5 CURRICULUM & KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS
- YEAR 6 CURRICULUM & KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS
- KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS GUIDANCE
- MEET THE TEACHER
- HOME LEARNING GUIDANCE
- UNDERSTANDING ASSESSMENT FOR YOUR CHILD
- SATS LEAFLETS FOR PARENTS
- SUBJECTS OF THE CURRICULUM
- THE PHILOSOPHY OF EARLY YEARS
- CHILDREN'S WORK
- Maths At Home for parents
- GRAMMAR EXPLAINED
- LINGUASCOPE -Languages
- Clubs At The Priory
- MERTON MUSIC FOUNDATION
- CLASS TIMETABLES
- SWIMMING AT THE PRIORY
Science at The Priory aims to stimulate a child’s excitement and curiosity about the world around them. Children are encouraged to ask scientific questions and develop the ability to find answers to those questions.
We encourage children to recognise the importance of science and how it will affect their future on a personal, national and global level.
Throughout the school children will develop scientific knowledge and understanding of biology, chemistry and physics. Much of this knowledge is generated through practical investigations and fieldwork, but research skills on computers and in books is also taught.
We aim for children to leave The Priory equipped with the scientific knowledge required to understand the world around them and the enquiry skills and enthusiasm to continue building this knowledge.