Science, directly and indirectly, influences all aspects of everyday life so here at St. Patrick’s we are keen that our children understand relationship between science and critical-thinking skills. Through science activities we enable our children to learn to ask questions, make predictions, observe, test, and then communicate their findings, they are developing critical science skills.
At St. Patrick's we aim to make a difference and so seek out inspirational people that
we may learn from.
"The Best of the Best!"
This is Alexander Fleming.
In 1928, Sir Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin, which kills some bacteria responsible for serious human infections. His discovery led to a group of medicines called antibiotics, which have saved countless lives.
At St. Patrick's we believe we should encourage our children to use their God-given talents to make valuable contributions to society.