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All of my resources are priced at the minimum allowed by TES, they aren't trendy or earth shattering, they are a backbone to build the finesse onto, or, if it's period 7 on a Friday, you've got 300 reports still to write, a dozen UCAS references AND you need to set cover for a colleague who's sneezed twice and is off all week, they will serve well enough at an advanced FOFO level.

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All of my resources are priced at the minimum allowed by TES, they aren't trendy or earth shattering, they are a backbone to build the finesse onto, or, if it's period 7 on a Friday, you've got 300 reports still to write, a dozen UCAS references AND you need to set cover for a colleague who's sneezed twice and is off all week, they will serve well enough at an advanced FOFO level.
University Choices. Highest Donalds
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University Choices. Highest Donalds

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A comparison game not in any way similar to an aggressively copyrighted card matching game. Use it to get your pupils researching about universities by filling in the fields and then comparing against their peers. You can even throw in a few pre-prepared cards of your own for popular courses such as Law at Oxford, Medicine, PPE, Engineering and so on. The fields are editable and the information can be found on the Universities own website, on UCAS, in Heap Degree course offers or in the Times/Guardian guides. This is the simplest itineration so pupils have what I consider to be the essential information and you can edit it depending on the focus of your pupils (I normally include application deadlines, Open Day Dates and Visa requirements, number of students on campus and international: home student ratio). Weblinks to help are… https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings?o=Student Satisfaction **
Exemplar of a Physics Lab report using secondary data
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Exemplar of a Physics Lab report using secondary data

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This is a good Pre-IB pupil's lab report that I use as a marking exercise for staff and pupils as preparation for their IB DP work. There are lots of examples out there of pupils' lab reports from primary data- but this one was conducted from secondary source data. A good activity to give to pupils with marking criteria to check they understand the rubric for a lab report.
Grade 7 workbook editable
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Grade 7 workbook editable

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This is used for pupils with english as a second language and no knowledge of chemistry prior. It covers lab safety, physical and chemical changes and separation of mixtures. Can be split down into individual worksheets
Careers Guidance at school X Editable Presentation
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Careers Guidance at school X Editable Presentation

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Simple powerpoint that I use this as a template for parents days, staff inset and pupil assemblies. All you need to do is add in the blanks... It's designed to give an overview of the school set-up Other resources available here- mainly science resources with some whole-school items. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/paulbold
Work Experience advice- editable
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Work Experience advice- editable

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This is a piece that I wrote for the TES and that I issue to mentor tutors to help their tutees make choices about work experience. It can be edited for your school, and even sent to parents.
IB Acids and bases standard level
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IB Acids and bases standard level

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Acid and Base theories, Arrhenius, Bronsted and Lowry, etc etc. Written for the 2016 IB DP syllabus but should work for most post 16 courses. Fine for prep or as a supplement to textbook. IF used as a FOFO, weblinks and suggested reading included. Or for cover lessons.
Stigma and Mental Health Lesson plan
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Stigma and Mental Health Lesson plan

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Written by a medical student for NHS outreach work in schools to educate grade7-11 pupils about mental illness, prejudices and sstigma. A GOOD lesson for PSHE or whole school assembly. There is NO statutory requirement to teach this in the national curriculum. Perhaps there should be...
Summer Work IBDP TOPIC 10 Alkanes and Organic Chem fundamentals.
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Summer Work IBDP TOPIC 10 Alkanes and Organic Chem fundamentals.

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Complete lesson with activities, questions, supplementary notes, web links integrated into the Lesson Objective page. Used as prep for my SL IB DP pupils, but equally fine for GCSE. Can be used as prep, FOFO, revision, to support class notes, as a cover lesson or alongside a textbook. Includes weblinks and questions. Differentiation by outcome.
KS 3 Heat and Energy end of unit test EDITABLE
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KS 3 Heat and Energy end of unit test EDITABLE

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A simple 1 hour test comprising of multiple choice, longer responses, data handling (graph plotting and calculations) and reading and comprehension activities. It is editable so you can change it for your needs. Progressively more challenging, from simple responses, to short answers, to open questions. I have included a short reading and comprehension section to support my EFL candidates.
Science Internal Assessments Bundle
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Science Internal Assessments Bundle

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Contains Guidance on writing a laboratory report, a thorough treatise on using excel to make graphs with error bars, lines of best fit, experimental error, uncertainty in measurement etc. Contains example laboratory reports.
Chemical Bonding
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Chemical Bonding

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Handout notes, summary notes etc. Perfect for the flipped classroom or for setting as HW, or even as cover work. The learning objectives are clearly stated at the front of each section This covers all the esssentials of chemical bonding with exercises, activities, reading and comprehension passages and interval questions.
Oxidation and Reduction Flashcards
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Oxidation and Reduction Flashcards

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This is a simple resource of matching pairs. Fine for revision- can be used as matching cards or as flashcards/ sequencing. I use this type of activity as part of a standard repertoire for a starter or a plenary for fact-based learning. It may not be trendy- but assimilating facts is pretty-much the cornerstone of chemistry learning, but pupils don't like it. This sort of activity makes it more entertaining, and with bigger classes you can do it as a race. I have small classes sources so I do it as a timed exercise over successive lessons.