Full GCSE Topic Booklets including comprehensive notes, activities, structured questioning with practical skills. Each booklet comes with Summary Questions and Extension Questions that involve deep-thinking to challenge the most-able.
Resources can be purchased individually, or booklets can be purchased where all individual resources are in one document.

Full GCSE Topic Booklets including comprehensive notes, activities, structured questioning with practical skills. Each booklet comes with Summary Questions and Extension Questions that involve deep-thinking to challenge the most-able.
Resources can be purchased individually, or booklets can be purchased where all individual resources are in one document.

A series of GCSE questions and calculations of Mass and Weight.
This resource is part of a series of worksheets on the GCSE Forces topic in booklet or bundle form:
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Whole unit on GCSE How Science Works Skills - download preview here
A booklet consisting of mathematical and practical skills, including looking at exam technique for GCSE Physics students. Each section contains notes, worked examples and practice questions.
Topics covered are:
1 Prefixes
2 Significant Figures
3 Converting Length, Area and Volume
4 Rearranging Equations
5 Variables
6 Constructing Tables
7 Drawling Lines of Best Fit
8 Constructing Graphs
9 Calculating Gradients – Straight Lines
10 Calculating Gradients – Curved Lines
11 Calculating Areas – Straight Line Graphs
12 Calculating Areas – Curved Line Graphs
13 Interpreting Graphs
14 Accuracy vs Precision
15 Identifying Errors
16 Improving Experiments – Accuracy, Precision and Reliability
17 Describing Experiments

A worksheet were students need to state which reading from a measuring instrument is more accurate and more precise, comparing the result to the true value and the reading to the most decimal places.
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A worksheet that requires students to write a method for different experiments.
Experiments include:
Speed of water waves in plastic trays
Area of splatter vs height dropped
Volume of fizzy drink lost vs time taken shaking
The worksheet requires students to include:
Variables – Which variables will you keep the same and which will you change
Instruments – What measuring instruments will you use and how will you take the measurements?
Range – Give specific values for the range and intervals you will use. Make sure your range is large with small intervals.
Analyse – State any equations you will use and what graph you will plot including the axes.
Accuracy – State ways you are being accurate with your measuring instruments.
Reliability – State “Repeat and average” to improve reliability
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This resource tests the following outcomes on the GCSE Pressure Topic:
know and use the relationship between pressure, force and area
understand the pressure in a liquid or gas at rest acts equally in all directions
applying pressure to the hydraulic press
know and use the relationship between pressure difference, density, gravitational field strength and height
applying pressure difference to manometers and barometers
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This bundle includes seven full GCSE units of work on the following topics:
GCSE Motion and Motion Graphs Booklet
GCSE Forces Booklet
GCSE Density Booklet
GCSE Pressure Booklet
GCSE Wave Properties Booklet
GCSE Skills Booklet
Solids, Liquids and Gases Booklet

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A booklet consisting of mathematical and practical skills, including looking at exam technique for GCSE Physics students. Each section contains notes, worked examples and practice questions.
Topics covered are:
1 Prefixes
2 Significant Figures
3 Converting Length, Area and Volume
4 Rearranging Equations
5 Variables
6 Constructing Tables
7 Drawling Lines of Best Fit
8 Constructing Graphs
9 Calculating Gradients – Straight Lines
10 Calculating Gradients – Curved Lines
11 Calculating Areas – Straight Line Graphs
12 Calculating Areas – Curved Line Graphs
13 Interpreting Graphs
14 Accuracy vs Precision
15 Identifying Errors
16 Improving Experiments – Accuracy, Precision and Reliability
17 Describing Experiments

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A booklet consisting of notes, practice questions, practical questions and command word exam technique based on the Solids, Liquids and Gases topic.
Learning Objectives:
Describe the arrangement and motion of particles in solids, liquids and gases
Describe the changes that occur when a solid melts to form a liquid, and when a liquid evaporates or boils to form a gas
Explain why heating a system will change the energy stored within the system and raise its temperature or produce changes of state
Practical: obtain a temperature–time graph to show the constant temperature during a change of state

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A booklet consisting of notes, activities, practice calculations, practicals, practical exam style questions and command word technique on the topic of density.
This resource accompanies GCSE specifications, as well as providing stretch and challenge extension work for the most able students.
Learning Objectives include:
Calculations using the density equation
Practicals involving the measurement of density for regular and irregular solids, as well as liquids

A worksheet testing v2=u2+2as calculations. Worked solutions are included.
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A worksheet introducing the difference between vectors and scalars, as well as concentrating on displacement vs distance travelled. Worked solutions are included.
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A set of worksheets on GCSE Motion calculations - including speed=distance/time, v=u+at and v2=u2+2as. Worked solutions are included.
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A series of questions of distance-time and displacement-time graphs. Worked solutions are included.
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A worksheet testing speed=distance/time, v=u+at and v2=u2+2as. Worked solutions are included.
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A series of Motion and Motion graphs worksheets. Worked solutions are included.
This can be purchased in this bundle as separate documents or as a booklet where all resources are in one document:
GCSE Motion Booklet - (Preview here)
The learning outcomes are:
Plot and explain distance-time graphs
Know and use the relationship between average speed, distance moved and time taken
Practical: investigate the motion of everyday objects
Know and use the relationship between acceleration, change in velocity and time taken
Plot and explain velocity-time graphs
Determine acceleration from the gradient of a velocity-time graph
Determine the distance travelled from the area between a velocity-time graph and the time axis
Use the relationship between final speed, initial speed, acceleration and distance moved

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A comprehensive booklet consisting of a whole unit of GCSE motion including notes, practice questions, practical questions, experimental analysis question, summary questions and extension questions. Worked solutions are also included.
The learning outcomes are:
Plot and explain distance-time graphs
Know and use the relationship between average speed, distance moved and time taken
Practical: investigate the motion of everyday objects
Know and use the relationship between acceleration, change in velocity and time taken
Plot and explain velocity-time graphs
Determine acceleration from the gradient of a velocity-time graph
Determine the distance travelled from the area between a velocity-time graph and the time axis
Use the relationship between final speed, initial speed, acceleration and distance moved

A GCSE worksheet involving calculations on v=u+at. Worked solutions are included.
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A worksheet testing average speed, distance and time, including converting units. Worked solutions are included.
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A practical skills and How Science Works worksheet on the GCSE Motion topic. Worked solutions are included.
Students are required to analyse data, calculate averages, draw a tangent and calculate a gradient and comment on accuracy and errors in the experiment.
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