Outstanding resources available
-AQA chemistry, biology and physics lessons.
-Differentiated science worksheets compatible with all exam boards.
-Brilliant splat AfL powerpoints.
-Engaging 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' themed AfL science quizzes.

Outstanding resources available
-AQA chemistry, biology and physics lessons.
-Differentiated science worksheets compatible with all exam boards.
-Brilliant splat AfL powerpoints.
-Engaging 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' themed AfL science quizzes.

Outstanding pupil-led lesson including:
-Great starter to ease pupils into the topic; unscramble the title and arrange images smallest to biggest.
-Well structured exam questions, with text to refer back to and figure out the answers.
-Excellent numeracy task; calculate the size of nanoparticles in standard form and convert to significant figures.
-Brilliant literacy task; identify and correct 11 spelling, punctuation and grammar mistakes related to the risks and uses of nanoparticles.
-Very engaging maths in science task; calculate surface area to volume ratio of various nanoparticles.
-Answers for every main activity!
-Challenge and extension tasks for every activity.
-Plenary; video showing practical use of nanoparticles.

Outstanding pupil-led lesson including:
-Great starter to ease pupils into the topic; unscramble the title and arrange images smallest to biggest.
-Well structured exam questions, with text to refer back to and figure out the answers.
-Excellent numeracy task; calculate the size of nanoparticles in standard form and convert to significant figures.
-Brilliant literacy task; identify and correct 11 spelling, punctuation and grammar mistakes related to the risks and uses of nanoparticles.
-Very engaging maths in science task; calculate surface area to volume ratio of various nanoparticles.
-Answers for every main activity!
-Challenge and extension tasks for every activity.
-Plenary; video showing practical use of nanoparticles.
-Convenient worksheet available for all activities.

Outstanding pupil-led lesson including:
-Engaging starter where pupils label the different parts of an electromagnet diagram.
-Useful key facts on solenoids.
-Thought provoking investigation; experimenting the effect of coils of wire on number of paper clips attracted.
-Excellent extension and challenge tasks for more able pupils.
-Easy to understand videos on electromagnetic effects.
-Very convenient questions related to the practical.
-Brilliantly well structured tasks where pupils have to create a method for the experiment.
-Challenging activity for triple science pupils; explaining how an electric bell works.
-Answers for every activity!
-Emphasis on exam techniques.
-Fantastic literacy task which summarises the lesson.
-Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities.
-Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.

-The words move in this splat game!!! Making it a more interactive and challenging game.
-Very engaging game on various types of forces and force related equations.
-Excellent AfL resource which can be used with rulers, mini whiteboards or as an in-class test.
-Very versatile. Pupils can be tested individually or as teams.
-Can be used as a starter, plenary or main activity.
-Links in well with topics related to scalar, vector, f = m x a, f = k x e, w = f x s, contact and non contact forces and many more.
-Compatible with all biology exam boards (including AQA, Edexcel, OCR).

Outstanding pupil-led lesson including:
-Engaging starter where pupils needs to unscramble keywords related to the topic.
-Well structured task requiring students to predict the force exerted by a magnet in various situations.
-Fantastic video explaining the topic.
-Brilliant research task where questions related to magnetism need to be answered.
-Very engaging experiment; the field of a bar magnet has to be discovered using a compass.
-Emphasis on exam tecniques and working scientifically.
-Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities - answers for every activity!
-Amazing Back-to-Back game where one pupil tries to define the keyword on the board and the other pupil has to guess the answer.
-Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.

Outstanding pupil-led lesson including:
-Starter to ease pupils into the topic; pupils need to construct the reactivity series.
-Detailed description of the reactivity series.
-Well structured task which requires students to label an electrolysis diagram.
-Excellent and relevant videos to explain each concept.
-Thought provoking fill in the blanks task where pupils describe the process of electrolysis and how ions behave.
-Engaging activity on oxidation and reduction reactions.
-Creative task requiring students to work out the ions formed at each electrode in aqueous solutions and molten compounds.
-Questions on the process of aluminium oxide electrolysis.
-Excellent half equations task.
-Answers with every activity.
-Engaging game which requires pupils to describe keywords on the board, whilst standing back to back.
-Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.

Outstanding pupil-led lesson including:
-Engaging starter where pupils needs to guess the 8 types of energy, using diagrams given.
-Starter differentiated for lower ability pupils.
-Thought provoking task where the types of energy need to be defined.
-Excellent think - pair - share task where pupils discuss the factors which impact EPE.
-Easy to understand video on E.P.E.
-Very convenient example questions for the teacher to use prior to the main activity.
-Brilliantly well structured tasks where pupils use the equation to calculate the elastic potential energy or spring constant of an object.
-Challenging activity which requires students to calculate the extension of a spring, using square root.
-Answers for every activity!
-Emphasis on exam techniques.
-Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities.
-Amazing Back-to-Back game where one pupils tries to define the keyword on the board and the other pupil has to guess the answer.
-Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.

Fantastic pupil-led lesson including:
-Engaging starter where pupils needs to guess the 8 types of energy, using diagrams given.
-Starter differentiated for lower ability pupils.
-Thought provoking task where the types of energy need to be defined.
-Excellent think - pair - share task where pupils discuss which objects on the board will heat up faster and why
-Easy to understand video on S.H.C.
-Very convenient example question for the teacher to use prior to main activity.
-Very well structured tasks where pupils use the equation to calculate the specific heat capacity, mass, temperature change or thermal energy change of an object.
-Challenging activity which requires students to convert units before calculating SHC.
-Answers for every activity!
-Emphasis on exam questions.
-Brilliant fill in the blanks summary of the topic.
-Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities.
-Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.

Brilliant pupil-led lesson including:
-Engaging starter where pupils needs to guess the 8 types of energy, using diagrams given.
-Starter differentiated for lower ability pupils.
-Thought provoking task where the types of energy need to be defined.
-Excellent think - pair - share task where pupils discuss the factors which impact GPE.
-Easy to understand video on G.P.E.
-Very convenient example questions for the teacher to use prior to main activity.
-Very well structured tasks where pupils use the equation to calculate the gravitational potential energy, mass, gravitational field strength or height of an object.
-Challenging activity which requires students to convert units before calculating GPE.
-Answers for every activity!
-Emphasis on exam techniques.
-Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities.
-Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.

Brilliant pupil-led lesson including:
-Engaging starter where pupils needs to guess the 8 types of energy, using diagrams given.
-Starter differentiated for lower ability pupils.
-Thought provoking task where the types of energy need to be defined.
-Excellent think - pair - share task where pupils discuss the factors which impact kinetic energy.
-Easy to understand video on the concept.
-Very convenient example questions for the teacher to use prior to main activity.
-Very well structured tasks where pupils use the equation to calculate the kinetic energy, mass or velocity of an object.
-Challenge question embedded.
-Answers for every activity!
-Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities.
-Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.

Fantastic pupil led worksheets and activities:
-Includes ALL Chemistry, Biology and Physics equations and calculations.
-Engaging tasks where pupils need to determine the formula, equation and units for each calculation.
-For AQA combined trilogy, combined synergy and triple science.
-Higher tier and triple science formulas clearly highlighted.
-Answers for every equation.
-Units specified for each calculation.
-Can be used a powerpoint activity or printed as worksheets.
-Clearly indicates which equations need to be memorised and which equations are given in the exam.
-Every calculation in B1, B2, C1, C2, P1 and P2 covered!

Fantastic pupil led worksheets and activities:
-Includes ALL Chemistry equations and calculations.
-Engaging tasks where pupils need to determine the formula, equation and units for each calculation.
-For AQA combined trilogy, combined synergy and Chemistry only (triple science).
-Higher tier and triple science formulas clearly highlighted.
-Answers for every equation.
-Units specified for each calculation.
-Can be used a powerpoint activity or printed as worksheets.
-Clearly indicates which equations need to be memorised and which equations are given in the exam.
-Covers the following:
Atomic number
Mass Number
Group number
Period number
Overall charge
Relative atomic mass
Relative formula mass
Conservation of Mass
Mole = mass / molar mass
Avogadro’s constant
Concentration = mass / volume
Concentration = mole / volume
Percentage yield
Atom economy
Volume of gases
Energy change
Rate of reaction
General formula for alkanes
General formula for alkenes
General formula for alcohols
General formula for carboxylic acids

Fantastic pupil led worksheets and activities:
-Includes ALL Biology equations.
-Engaging tasks where pupils need to guess the units and the word equation when given the symbol or word equation for each formula.
-For AQA combined trilogy, combined synergy and Biology only (triple science).
-Higher tier and triple science equations clearly highlighted.
-Answers for every equation.
-Units specified for each equation.
-Can be used a powerpoint activity or printed as worksheets.
-Clearly indicates which equations need to be memorised and which equations are given in the exam.
-Covers the following formulas:
Magnification = size of image / size of object
Circular Cross-sectional area = πr²
Volume of cube = length x length x length
Surface area = 6 x length x length
Ratio = Surface area /volume
Percentage change = (change / original) x 100%
Heart rate = number of beats / number of minutes
Breathing rate = number of breaths / number of minutes

6 excellently differentiated worksheets:
-3 worksheets for single covalent bonds (for low, mid and high ability pupils).
-3 worksheets for double and triple covalent bonds (for low, mid and high ability pupils).
-Engaging activity where pupils have to draw covalently bonded compounds using a dot and cross diagram.
-Thought provoking tasks which require students to work out the structural formula and chemical formula of compounds, after drawing them.
-Answer sheet available for every worksheet.
-Compatible with all chemistry exam boards (including AQA, Edexcel, OCR).
Tags:
Covalent - Bond - Atom - Group Number - Periodic Table - Bonding - Non metal - Electron - Shell

Outstanding pupil-led lesson including:
-Starter to ease pupils into the topic. Using the periodic table, students have to work out the number of electrons in the outer shell of various elements.
-Very well explained video on the properties of covalent bonds - good for visual learners.
-Engaging Think-Pair-Share task where pupils discuss how two elements can achieve a full outer shell.
-A very well structured worksheet task where pupils have to draw a dot and cross diagram, the structural formula and the chemical formula for molecules which have a single covalent bond.
-Differentiated worksheets for high, low and mid ability pupils.
-Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities.
-Answers slide with every activity.
-Brilliant differentiated worksheet task where pupils have to draw a dot and cross diagram, the structural formula and the chemical formula for molecules which have a double or triple covalent bond.
-Exciting AfL task where pupils use mini whiteboards to demonstrate their progress.
-Research task where pupils have to answer questions on the properties of covalent bonds.
-Engaging game which requires pupils to describe keywords on the board, whilst standing back to back.
-Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.

Fantastic pupil led worksheets and activities:
-Includes ALL physics equations.
-Engaging tasks where pupils need to guess the units and the word equation when given the symbol equation for each formula.
-For AQA combined trilogy, combined synergy and physics only (triple science).
-Higher tier and triple science equations clearly highlighted.
-Answers for every equation.
-Units specified for each equation.
-Can be used a powerpoint activity or printed as worksheets.
-Clearly indicates which equations need to be memorised and which equations are given in the exam.
-Covers the following formulas:
weight = mass × gravitational field strength
work done = force × distance
force = spring constant × extension
moment = force × distance
pressure = force/surface area
distance = speed × time
acceleration = change in velocity / time
force = mass × acceleration
momentum = mass × velocity
kinetic energy = 0.5 × mass × speed2
gravitational potential energy = mass × gravitational field strength × height
power = energy transferred / time
power = work done / time
efficiency = useful energy out / total energy in
wave speed = frequency × wavelength
charge = current × time
potential difference = current × resistance
power = potential difference × current
power = current2 × resistance
energy = power × time
energy = charge × potential difference
density = mass/volume
pressure = height × density × gravitational field strength
final velocity2 – initial velocity2 = 2 × acceleration × distance
force = change in momentum / timeforce = mass x change in velocity / time
elastic potential energy = 0.5 × spring constant × extension2
change in thermal energy = mass × specific heat capacity × temperature change
period = 1 / frequency
magnification = image height / object height
force = magnetic flux density × current × length
thermal energy = mass × specific latent heat
Vp/Vs = np/ns
voltage primary coil × current primary coil = voltage secondary coil × current secondary coil
pressure × volume = constantpressure 1 × volume 1 = pressure 2 × volume 2

Complete set of 3 revision mat worksheets which covers the AQA B1 4.3
unit. Includes the following content:
-4.3.1 Communicable diseases
4.3.1.1 Communicable (infectious) diseases
4.3.1.2 Viral diseases
4.3.1.3 Bacterial diseases
4.3.1.4 Fungal diseases
4.3.1.5 Protist diseases
4.3.1.6 Human defence systems
4.3.1.7 Vaccination
4.3.1.8 Antibiotics and painkillers
4.3.1.9 Discovery and development of drugs
-4.3.2 Monoclonal antibodies
4.3.2.1 Producing monoclonal antibodies
4.3.2.2 Uses of monoclonal antibodies
-4.3.3 Plant Disease
4.3.3.1 Detection and identification of plant diseases
4.3.3.2 Plant defence responses
Knowledge organiser #Knowledge map # Mind map

Complete set of 5 revision mat worksheets which covers the AQA B1 4.2 unit. Includes the following content:
-4.2.1 Principles of organisation
-4.2.2 Animal tissues, organs and organ systems
4.2.2.1 The human digestive system
4.2.2.2 The heart and blood vessels
4.2.2.3 Blood
4.2.2.4 Coronary heart disease: a non-communicable disease
4.2.2.5 Health issues
4.2.2.6 The effect of lifestyle on some non-communicable diseases
4.2.2.7 Cancer
-4.2.3 Plant tissues, organs and systems
4.2.3.1 Plant tissues
4.2.3.2 Plant organ system
Required practical activity 4
Required practical activity 5
Knowledge organiser #Knowledge map # Mind map

Outstanding pupil-led lesson including:
-Literacy starter where pupils read information in order to label the parts of an atom.
-Recap of the charge and mass of sub-atomic particles.
-Very well explained video on what isotopes are and how to calculate the average relative atomic mass of an element - which appears on the periodic table.
-Engaging activity where pupils calculate the number of protons, neutrons and electrons in various isotopes.
-Fill in the blanks task where pupils describe what an isotope is.
-Challenging task where pupils calculate the average relative atomic mass (RAM) of different elements, based on the percentage abundance of its isotopes.
-Numerous self and peer assessment opportunities.
-Stimulating noughts and crosses plenary.
The content in this lesson appears in both C1 and P1

Complete set of revision mat worksheets which covers the AQA B1 4.1 unit. Includes the following content:
-4.1.1 Cell structure
4.1.1.1 Eukaryotes and prokaryotes
4.1.1.2 Animal and plant cells
4.1.1.3 Cell specialisation
4.1.1.4 Cell differentiation
4.1.1.5 Microscopy
4.1.1.6 Culturing microorganisms (biology only)
-4.1.2 Cell division
4.1.2.1 Chromosomes
4.1.2.2 Mitosis and the cell cycle
4.1.2.3 Stem cells
-4.1.3 Transport in cells
4.1.3.1 Diffusion
4.1.3.2 Osmosis
4.1.3.3 Active transport
Required practical activity 1
Required practical activity 2
Required practical activity 3
Knowledge organiser #Knowledge map # Mind map