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I am a Physics teacher of over a decade who makes resources to support all levels of pupils.

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I am a Physics teacher of over a decade who makes resources to support all levels of pupils.

This worksheet is for specific heat capacity, SHC, calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and manipulating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

This worksheet is for efficiency calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and manipulating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

This worksheet is for work done calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and manipulating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

This KS3 Mindmap with blanks is perfect for revision at the end of the topic, either in class or for homework and self study. This has the new language using energy stores and energy pathways. There are three files:
Pupils mindmap about the Energy topic with blanks (pdf)
An editable version in powerpoint of the pupils mindmap with blanks (pptx)
A teachers version with the answers in. (pdf)
There are mindmaps on all KS3 and KS4 topics. There are resources with these all bundled together as well for ease.

This KS3 Electricity Mindmap with blanks is perfect for revision at the end of the topic, either in class or for homework and self study. There are three files:
Pupils mindmap about the Electricity topic with blanks (pdf)
An editable version in powerpoint of the pupils mindmap with blanks (pptx)
A teachers version with the answers in. (pdf)
There are mindmaps on all KS3 and KS4 topics. There are resources with these all bundled together as well for ease.

This GCSE Energy topic mindmap has blanks for pupils to complete to check their understanding at the end of the topic. There is a teacher version with the answers.
This is ideal for a revision activity in class or for homework, with the answers provided for pupils to check their work.
This can also be downloaded with all the formulas in the energy topic, there are worksheets for pupils to complete with a teacher copy with the answers.

This worksheet is for elastic potential energy calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and maniuplating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

This worksheet is for hooek’s law calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.

This worksheet is for Newton’s Second Law, F=ma, calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and manipulating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

This worksheet is for voltage aka potential difference calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and manipulating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

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This bundle has all the worksheets for all the energy calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers. It also includes a mindmap for the GCSE Energy topic with blanks and a teachers answer sheet.
Kinetic Energy, KE
Gravitational Potential Energy, GPE
Work Done
Elastic Potential Energy
Specific Heat Capacity, SHC
Power
Efficiency
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and manipulating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

This worksheet is for introducing the pressure in fluid calculations and upthrust at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and manipulating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

This KS3 Forces and Motion Mindmap with blanks is perfect for revision at the end of the topic, either in class or for homework and self study. There are three files:
Pupils mindmap about the FAM topic with blanks (pdf)
An editable version in powerpoint of the pupils mindmap with blanks (pptx)
A teachers version with the answers in. (pdf)
There are mindmaps on all KS3 and KS4 topics. There are resources with these all bundled together as well for ease.

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This worksheet is for gravitational potential energy, GPE, calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and maniuplating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

This worksheet is for kinetic energy, KE, calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and maniuplating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

This worksheet is for Power calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and manipulating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.

This worksheet is for Moments calculations at GCSE. It contains a pupil worksheet with blanks and a teachers sheet with answers.
This is a standard format for physics calculations, to be used in class to introduce and practise each formula. These have been honed on lower set pupils and allows differentiation in the following way:
Page 1 Notes and examples completed with the teacher
Page 2 Table, allows pupils to practise using the formula and manipulating it
Page 2 Table, higher order skills for stronger pupils include s.f. and prefixes
Page 2 Questions, these get harder as you work down the questions. The final extension question is very challenging.
The expectation is that this activity can stop when some pupils have finished the final questions, as this will still have allowed all pupils to practise problem solving. The answers can be given so pupils can complete questions for revision at the end of the top if they didn’t complete all the questions in class.
There is a pdf version and a .docx version that is editable.