Science Capital

At Grangetown Primary, we are passionate about developing children’s science capital through their learning and experiences in school, promoting a love for science and possible future STEM careers.

What is Science Capital

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Science Museum Group (2019)
Science Capital in Practice: Foundations for the future.

As part of developing children’s science capital, each year group has a chosen focus scientist they will learn about. The scientists chosen are from a range of backgrounds and areas of science e.g. conservation, exploration and more

Here are the scientist we are inspired by…

Yr 1 – Alan Titchmarsh
Yr 2 – Greta Thumberg
Yr 3 – Mary Anning
Yr 4 – Sir David Attenborough
Yr 5 – Dr Mae C. Jemison
Yr 6 – Jane Goodall

Science Capital Award 2022

Coming soon…


20 June

Sports Day - Reception to Year 6

This year our school sports day will be held at…


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