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NEWS, INFO & Activities

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Science

Year 10

Students study EDEXCEL Combined Science (9-1) or Triple Science (9-1) 

 

All students will study GCSE Combined Science (9-1) which is worth two GCSEs.

Students who opt to take Triple Science will complete the extra content during the year outside of standard lessons but in college time. This content will be taught by subject specialists where possible.

All students will have end of unit tests and progress assessments. The end of unit tests assess the knowledge and understanding of the unit they have just completed. Students will have one every 2-3 weeks on average through the year. The progress assessments are cumulative so will examine everything that they have been taught so far in the course. All students are expected to revise for these assessments and revision checklists, key word sheets and details will be placed on the Google Classroom for the students.

Students must be doing independent study and revision throughout the year in order to be successful.

 

Year 10 term 1 Topics

Mixtures and separating techniques

Energy

Atomic structure and the periodic table

Waves

Key concepts in biology

TRIPLE CONTENT: Physics / Biology

 

Year 10 Term 2 Topics

Bonding

Cells and control

Motion

Genetics

Triple content: Chemistry / biology

 

Year 10 Term 3 topics

Acids and alkalis

Radioactivity

Electrolysis

Forces and motion

Ecosystems

Rates of reaction

Triple content: Physics

 

Year 11

Year 11 Term 1

Energy and forces

Disease and health

Natural selection

Calculations in chemistry

Electricity

Plant structures and functions

Triple content: Physics / Biology

 

Year 11 Term 2

Fuels and the Earth

Magnetism and electromagnetism

Animal coordination

Forces and particle models

Exchange in animals

 

Any remaining triple content

Students study two single sciences from EDEXCEL GCSE Biology, GCSE Chemistry and GCSE Physics. Students can opt to do all three (triple science).

All students will have end of unit tests and progress assessments. The end of unit tests assess the knowledge and understanding of the unit they have just completed. Students will have one every 3-4 weeks on average through the year. The progress assessments are cumulative so will examine everything that they have been taught so far in the course. Students will also have mock examinations.

All students are expected to revise for these assessments and revision checklists, key word sheets and details will be placed on the Google Classroom for the students.

All students are expected to revise for these assessments and revision checklists, key word sheets, revision resources and details will be placed on the Google Classroom for the students.

Students must be doing independent study and revision throughout the year in order to be successful.

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