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Y5 Plant Reproduction and Insect Pollination

Pupils learn about plant reproduction and insect pollination. They learn that some plants rely on insects for pollination and that these plants have adapted to grow sexual organs called flowers to help them do this.
They learn about the variety of insects that help pollinate plants and the parts of the flower that have specialised jobs to help in this process.

Learning Objectives:

  • PoS - describe the life process of reproduction in some plants and animals
  • NaG - pupils should study and raise questions about their local environment throughout the year; they should observe life-cycle changes in a variety of living things, for example plants in the vegetable garden or flower border, and animals in the local environment
  • WS - pupils should observe and compare the life cycles of plants and animals in their local environment

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