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We are a team of Science Subject Specialists who have experience in teaching, assessment and research. We are lucky enough to work with amazing teachers everyday and have been producing some great resources with them that we'd like to share. We hope you find them useful for your lessons. Please use our weblink to our website to find more!

We are a team of Science Subject Specialists who have experience in teaching, assessment and research. We are lucky enough to work with amazing teachers everyday and have been producing some great resources with them that we'd like to share. We hope you find them useful for your lessons. Please use our weblink to our website to find more!
KS4 Physics Nuclear Fission Activity
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KS4 Physics Nuclear Fission Activity

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This resource has three fun activities that concentrate on helping GCSE students to: 1. Recall that some nuclei are unstable and may split into two nuclei this is called nuclear fission. 2. Explain how energy is released during nuclear fission in ionising radiation and in the kinetic energy of the resulting particles. 3. Explain how nuclear fission can lead to further fission events in a chain reaction. It contains notes for teachers and accompanying worksheets for the activities.
KS4 Chemistry and Physics Superheroes of the atomic model activity
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KS4 Chemistry and Physics Superheroes of the atomic model activity

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This activity has been designed to support teaching the changes in the atomic model. This can be used for GCSE Chemistry but also overlaps with GCSE Physics. It can help students to: • construct a timeline for the atomic model. •state the scientists involved in the development of atomic model. •describe the contributions of each scientist in the development of the atomic model. •suggest whose contribution to the development of the atomic model was greatest. •explain the Gold foil experiment (higher tier only). • have the opportunity to apply their knowledge and understanding through a level of response question. This resource contains both teacher guidance and the accompanying worksheets.
Electric circuits KS4-KS5 transition guide
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Electric circuits KS4-KS5 transition guide

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This transition guide can be used at KS4 and KS5 to focus on how a particular topic is covered at the different key stages and provide information on: • Differences in the demand and approach at the different levels • Useful ways to think about the content at KS4 which will help prepare students for progression to KS5 • Common student misconceptions in this topic. This particular one focuses on electric circuits and relating it to concepts relating to electromagnetism at KS5. It contains checkpoint tasks, teaching activities and useful links.