x�cbd`�g`b``8 "���lS0��d���Y� v� %���� [b]Science: The National Curriculum for England (1999)[/b] [b]Science in the National Curriculum (1995)[/b] << /Filter /FlateDecode /S 1426 /Length 664 >> The science taught should include both the ‘methods of science’ and the acquisition of ‘knowledge and understanding’ of ‘facts and principles’, and should be ‘broad and balanced’. * Inclusion of ‘Ideas and Evidence in Science’ into ‘Scientific Enquiry In terms of assessment it was proposed that there would be summative assessments made at or near the end of the keystage alongside teachers’ own assessment; and these took the form of standard assessment tasks (SATs), or other external examinations such as GCSEs. stream Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details. [b]Overview of changes and developments[/b], [b]Science in the National Curriculum (1989)[/b] The national curriculum for science aims to ensure that all pupils: develop . The statutory programmes of study and attainment targets for science at key stages 1 to 4. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Schools are not required by law to teach the content indicated as being ‘non-statutory’. Learning in the sciences should be delivered through an appropriate blend of … We’ll send you a link to a feedback form. We use cookies to collect information about how you use GOV.UK. << /Linearized 1 /L 742067 /H [ 880 746 ] /O 265 /E 157105 /N 120 /T 740229 >> Whilst there have been changes, these general structures have largely been maintained. << /Type /XRef /Length 75 /Filter /FlateDecode /DecodeParms << /Columns 5 /Predictor 12 >> /W [ 1 3 1 ] /Index [ 261 41 ] /Info 276 0 R /Root 263 0 R /Size 302 /Prev 740230 /ID [] >> * No changes to Key Stages One, Two or Four. stream To help us improve GOV.UK, we’d like to know more about your visit today. The Australian Curriculum: Science aims to ensure that students develop: an interest in science as a means of expanding their curiosity and willingness to explore, ask questions about and speculate on the changing world in which they live. Therefore, learning about the sciences from Early Level to Third Level is an entitlement for all learners. For pupils in year 11, they come into force from September 2017. * ‘Importance of Science’ statement introduced Following the establishment of the 1989 National Curriculum (NC) for science, the Secretary of State for Education and Science made proposals regarding the revision of Attainment Targets (AT) for science. *It retains the four Attainment Targets (AT), each with an associated Programme of Study (PoS), although AT1 becomes ‘Experimental and investigative science’, and... National Curriculum Council Consultation Report: Science 1991.