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TES Recommended GOLD AUTHOR with 21 years experience as a Secondary School science teacher specializing in Biology at an OFSTED rated ‘Outstanding’ High School and as a private tutor. Fully qualified to teach KS3/4 Science, KS4 Triple Science, KS5 Biology & Applied Science and OCR accredited in A2/A level Applied Science and I am in the top 25 teachers of Applied Science in the country or the equivalent of the top 10% nationally at A and top 25% nationally at AS Level.

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TES Recommended GOLD AUTHOR with 21 years experience as a Secondary School science teacher specializing in Biology at an OFSTED rated ‘Outstanding’ High School and as a private tutor. Fully qualified to teach KS3/4 Science, KS4 Triple Science, KS5 Biology & Applied Science and OCR accredited in A2/A level Applied Science and I am in the top 25 teachers of Applied Science in the country or the equivalent of the top 10% nationally at A and top 25% nationally at AS Level.
New AQA AS Biology - Immunity Revision Work Sheet  (10 sheets)
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New AQA AS Biology - Immunity Revision Work Sheet (10 sheets)

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This 10 page work sheet will help all AS students struggling with consolidation of the key facts . It covers all of the main parts of the syllabus : antigens, antibodies, immune system, t cells, b cells, monoclonal antibodies, Elisa, pregnancy testing, primary and secondary responses, vaccines and passive and active immunity. Can be used as revision cards, help with consolidation, help sheets before a test, or as a starting point for revision of more able students. I made these sheets specifically for my struggling students, but are comprehensive for any student who may find them helpful.
GCSE - Human Impact On The Environment
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GCSE - Human Impact On The Environment

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An 11 slide power point following the GCSE Biology syllabus for the effects of humans on the environment. Easy to follow text, bright colourful pictures and diagrams. Can be used with foundation of higher teir groups. Slides include the following: human population graph (why increase and decrease over the centuries), pollution caused with full explanations of Acid rain, Global warming and Ozone depletion, human impact on our environment and how it can be seen in water quality and air quality, indicator species discussed and how they are used to carry out checks on pollution, finishing with the advantages and disadvantages for the two types of pollution technology. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
New OCR AS Biology - Haemoglobin & Oxygen Dissociation Curves
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New OCR AS Biology - Haemoglobin & Oxygen Dissociation Curves

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This 14 slide ppt covers the new syllabus for OCR AS Biology. It covers structure of Hb, affinity for oxygen, oxygen dissociation curves, the Bohr effect, carbon dioxide and the chloride shift (including carbonic anhydrase, haemoglobinic acid, etc) Includes a slide showing the specification for this part of the syllabus. Thank you for looking at my resource, if you like it please leave feedback.
New AQA AS Biology - ATP & Inorganic Ions
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New AQA AS Biology - ATP & Inorganic Ions

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This is a 7 slide power point covering the syllabus for the New AQA AS Biology course. it would also be helpful to those studying OCR AS Biology syllabus. The slides include easy to read text, diagrams and pictures to help students understand all of the aspects required for ATP, ADP + Pi, and inorganic ions. I have up loaded this for my students on the school system so they can use it for revision purposes. I have also used it as a starter with respect to teaching ATP. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
New AQA AS Biology - Haemoglobin
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New AQA AS Biology - Haemoglobin

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This is a 10 slide ppt covering the new AQA AS Biology syllabus. It has easy to follow scientific text, diagrams and graphs. The following items are covered: structure of Hb, oxyhaemoglobin, Hb saturation, Partial pressure of oxygen, partial pressure of carbon dioxide, dissociation curves, Bohr effect, Hb in different animals, finishing with differences in human Hb (foetal, adult and myoglobin. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
New AQA AS Biology - Circulatory System
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New AQA AS Biology - Circulatory System

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This is a 19 slide power point covering the new AQA AS Biology syllabus. The slides include: heart structure, blood vessels structure & adaptations, tissue fluid formation, double circulatory system, major parts of the heart and what they do, cardiac cycle and finishing with cardiac cycle graph interpretation. Thank you for looking at my resource. If you like it please leave me feedback and follow me so you do not miss out on other biology resources.
New OCR AS Biology - Biodiversity & Simpson's Index of Diversity
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New OCR AS Biology - Biodiversity & Simpson's Index of Diversity

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This is a 12 slide ppt covering the New OCR AS Biology syllabus in Biodiversity. It covers the following topics: biodiversity, habitat diversity, species diversity, genetic diversity, collecting data on biodiversity, quadrats, etc, random an non-random sampling, systematic sampling, opportunistic sampling, stratified sampling, biased, estimating biodiversity, species richness, species evenness, Simpson's index of diversity (including calculation examples.) Thank you for looking at my resource, if you like it please leave feedback.
New AQA  AS Biology - Digestion & Absorption
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New AQA AS Biology - Digestion & Absorption

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This is an 11 slide powerpoint covering the New AQA AS Biology syllabus. It covers all aspects of the course with respect to digestion and absorption. Easy to follow text, using scientific terminology, diagrams and pictures. Areas covered are: digestion, digestive enzymes, amylase, lipases, proteases, endo & exopeptidases, finishing with how monomers are absorbed, using co-transport proteins, sodium ions and micelles. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
GCSE - Carbon & Nitrogen Cycle
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GCSE - Carbon & Nitrogen Cycle

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You have two power points covering all aspects of the GCSE Biology syllabus covering the Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles. They are aimed at Higher Tier students but can be used with a good "intervention" group. The power points are separate so you can use in different lessons. Text is full of scientific terminology and includes diagrams and pictures to help with explanations. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
New AQA AS BIology - Cell membrane structure & exchange across membranes
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New AQA AS BIology - Cell membrane structure & exchange across membranes

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This is an extensive 21 slide power point covering all aspects of the New AQA AS Biology syllabus. It includes pgospholipid bilayer structure. Fluid mosaic, hydrophobic and hydrophiluc tails, chlesterol,permeabiluty of membranes, experimental techniques, diffusion, facilitated diffusion, rates of diffusion, osmosis, water potential, active transport and co transport (using sodium and glucose as an example. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
GCSE Growth in Animal & Plants, Mitosis & Stem Cells
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GCSE Growth in Animal & Plants, Mitosis & Stem Cells

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This is an 18 slide power point covering the GCSE Biology syllabus for growth in animals and plants. It covers Growth in animal and plants, how to measure growth, differences in growth of animal and plants, stages of human growth, links to multi cellular organisms being bigger & more complex, mitosis links and finishing with differentiated cells (stem cells). Covers aspect of the B5 syllabus (Triple Science). It has easy to follow points on each slides, with diagrams and pictures. Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
New AQA AS Biology Planning Experiment, processing data, presenting data, conclusions and evaluation
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New AQA AS Biology Planning Experiment, processing data, presenting data, conclusions and evaluation

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This 18 slide ppt is covering the New AQA AS Biology requirements for planning an experiment, processing the data, presenting data, drawing conclusions and evaluating data. It was made so I can use each section when carrying out experiments and showing students - key words, apparatus, equipment and techniques what is required for the New syllabus when carrying out scientific experiments. Can be used over many lessons, or each time an experiment is completed to reinforce standards required. Each slide(s) covers a specific area required for the scientific experiments: 1. Planning - keywords, apparatus, equipment and techniques 2.How to produce the perfect table 3. Risk assessments 4.Percentages, percentage changes, averages, ratios and SD 5. Perfect graphs, finding rates an 6. Correlation and causation 7. Errors in measurements, minimising errors 8. Evaluation Thank you for taking the time to look at my resource and I hope you find it beneficial. Please feel free to leave feedback and to 'follow me' so as not to miss out on future helpful resources.
AQA A Level Biology - Nitrogen Cycle ppt, worksheet, practical & helpsheet
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AQA A Level Biology - Nitrogen Cycle ppt, worksheet, practical & helpsheet

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This ppt covers all aspects of the AQA syllabus for the Nitrogen Cycle. It covers decomposition, ammonification, nitrogen fixation, nitrification, differences in normal soil and water logged soil, finishing with leaching and eutrophication. The 3 pages of nitrogen cycle questions can be used as a starter, plenary or a homework. I have used as quick revision. (Answers are included) The help sheet shows a typical revision card for students which you can show and either use, or get them to make one of their own.
GCSE Chemistry (SEN/Foundation) Crude oil, alkanes, frac. dist, alkenes, polymerisation - 5 w/sheets
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GCSE Chemistry (SEN/Foundation) Crude oil, alkanes, frac. dist, alkenes, polymerisation - 5 w/sheets

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These resources are specifically designed for SEN/Foundation students studying GCSE Chemistry (OCR/AQA). They cover formation of crude oil, hydrocarbons, alkanes, fractional distillation, alkenes and polymerisation. They are done in story boards, fill in the gaps, but on sheets which can be used as starters, plenaries, home works, revision, or as a class activity working in twos. The language is easy to access and tells the story of crude oil to products simply and in a way students can understand. Covers all the main key points in a way a low ability student can access.
New AQA GCSE Biology Separates B1.1 to 1.10 Cells ppt and checklists
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New AQA GCSE Biology Separates B1.1 to 1.10 Cells ppt and checklists

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New AQA Separates Syllabus (exams 2017) - includes 3 extensive power points covering B1.1 to 1.10. Also a teacher check list for the syllabus and a student check list which can be stuck into their books to show completion and progression. B1,1 Microscopes B1.2 Animal and plant cells B1.3 Eukaryotes and prokaryotes B1.4 Specialisation in animal cells B1.5 Specialisation in plant cells B1.6 Diffusion B1.7 Osmosis B1.8 Osmosis in plants B1.9 Active transport B1.10 Exchanging materials Includes links to exam practice with student questions for participation throughout ppt. Also, links into practical skills showing types of practical skills required for the syllabus
KS3 Chemistry / GCSE SEN/Foundation) - The Burning Triangle Worksheet & Test
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KS3 Chemistry / GCSE SEN/Foundation) - The Burning Triangle Worksheet & Test

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This resource contains 2 popular sheets I use with my KS3 students to teach them about the "Burning triangle". The second sheet can be used as a homework, extension, revision or as a class test. I also used it with my SEN class and GCSE Foundation students who found they could access the material because it is colourful, easy to read, and some fill in the gaps gives differentiation.