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I went part time to spend more time with my toddler, the resources I make are designed to help you get some work-life balance and spend more time with your toddler/partner/cat. Everything I make is designed to be ready to use, and make your life as easy as possible, while providing your students with the best chance to shine. I aim to reduce your marking load, give your students immediate feedback and give you lessons that are ready to go, all you need to do is a tiny bit of photocopying.
75 Long Answer Questions in GCSE Science (9-1 spec)
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75 Long Answer Questions in GCSE Science (9-1 spec)

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Answering six mark questions in your GCSE is much more than just writing down six correct things. There is a skill to answering them that needs to be practiced. Here I have written 25 questions on each subject, given you the answers and guided you through how to answer to get full marks.
Quick fire revision/assessment questions for AQA GCSE Combined Science or Biology Chemistry, Physics
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Quick fire revision/assessment questions for AQA GCSE Combined Science or Biology Chemistry, Physics

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For ease of downloading this also comes in a whole GCSE bundle, and as part of a ready made revision pack. This resource is a small part of a large set including a range of self-assessment of specification statements, revision questions and homework sheets.  Enjoy!! Whole Revision Pack https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-revision-pack-9-1-spec-inc-biology-chemistry-and-physics-at-higher-and-foundation-11734781 Quick-fire questions bundle https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/quick-fre-revision-assessment-questions-for-aqa-gcse-combined-science-or-biology-chemistry-physics-11562057  Specification Statements bundle https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/student-self-assessment-for-aqa-gcse-combined-and-separate-science-biology-chemistry-and-physics-11562050 Circuit symbol flashcards https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/circuit-symbol-flashcards-11537920  Units flashcards https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-physics-units-flashcards-for-new-9-1-spec-11539907  Ions flashcards https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/formula-of-common-ions-flascards-11535915
Equations flashcards for AQA GCSE Physics or combined science.
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Equations flashcards for AQA GCSE Physics or combined science.

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For ease of downloading this also comes in a whole GCSE bundle, and as part of a ready-made revision pack. This resource is a small part of a large set including a range of self-assessment of specification statements, revision questions, and homework sheets.  Enjoy!! Whole Revision Pack https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-revision-pack-9-1-spec-inc-biology-chemistry-and-physics-at-higher-and-foundation-11734781 Quick-fire questions bundle https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/quick-fre-revision-assessment-questions-for-aqa-gcse-combined-science-or-biology-chemistry-physics-11562057  Specification Statements bundle https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/student-self-assessment-for-aqa-gcse-combined-and-separate-science-biology-chemistry-and-physics-11562050 Circuit symbol flashcards https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/circuit-symbol-flashcards-11537920  Units flashcards https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-gcse-physics-units-flashcards-for-new-9-1-spec-11539907  Ions flashcards https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/formula-of-common-ions-flascards-11535915
Maths (The Chemistry Bits) Edexcel, Higher Chemistry Combined Science GCSE. New(2016)Spec.Inc Answer
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Maths (The Chemistry Bits) Edexcel, Higher Chemistry Combined Science GCSE. New(2016)Spec.Inc Answer

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Compilation work book (specific versions for exam boards are available) covering... • Periodic Table • Mass number and atomic number • The number of protons, neutrons and electrons • Isotopes • Ions • Elements and atoms • Brackets • Conservation of mass • Balancing equations (Easy / Medium / Hard) • Relative atomic mass and percentage of an element in a compound • Calculating relative atomic mass or relative isotopic mass • Moles • Half equations • Empirical formula • Reacting masses • Avogadro’s constant • Bond energy questions
Transformers Calculations
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Transformers Calculations

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Set of calculations that get increasingly harder as you go on If you are interested in more than one of my resources or want a custom sheet written please get in contact
Balancing Equations
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Balancing Equations

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4 worksheets are included, with answers on a separate page. Easy-for students at the lower end of a GCSE higher paper (let’s face it 90% of the time the answer is 2) (H2 + O2  H2O) Medium- for students at the top end of a GCSE higher paper, or for A-level students who have forgotten everything over the summer (PCl3 + H2O  P(OH)3 + HCl) Hard- for A-level, or G&T GCSE (HI + H2SO4 H2O + H2S + I2) Super hard- best solved using oxidations states, for top A-level students (MnSO4 + NaBiO3 + H2SO4 NaMnO4 + Bi2(SO4)3 + H2O + Na2SO4) Fully worked answers on my YouTube site GCSE www.youtube.com/c/primrosekitten A-level https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCziHV-62ZP3SssdqyRO5WPg This is a super handy website I found for balancing equations http://www.webqc.org/balance.php
Maths (The Chemistry Bits) AQA, Foundation Chemistry Combined Science GCSE. New Spec. Inc Answers
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Maths (The Chemistry Bits) AQA, Foundation Chemistry Combined Science GCSE. New Spec. Inc Answers

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Compilation work book (specific versions for exam boards are available) covering... (This is an updated version for the new specification, if you have the old version its probably not worth buying this.) • Periodic Table • Mass number and atomic number • The number of protons, neutrons and electrons • Isotopes • Ions • Elements and atoms • Brackets • Conservation of mass • Balancing equations • Relative formula mass • Calculating relative atomic mass or relative isotopic mass
WJEC. Topic 2 -  Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table. New Spec (2016) Scheme of Work for GCSE
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WJEC. Topic 2 - Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table. New Spec (2016) Scheme of Work for GCSE

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This is a incomplete pre-release version for people (like me) who would like to get an early cheap version. As more resources are added the price will go up. For a FREE sample lesson see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/edexcel-key-concepts-in-chemistry-new-2016-spec-free-sample-lesson-from-full-scheme-of-work-11330392 This is designed so you have to do very little in preparation for the lessons. I hope you will enjoy the free time this gives you and your students will benefit from well thought out and detailed resources. Everything is clearly explained and all answers are provided so non-specialist can teach with confidence. Student self-assessment sheets; I have used these successfully for years in lesson and OFSTED and SLT love them! They show clear progression for students, which can be easily seen by anyone who looks at the books. There are links to resources that students can use at home to improve their understanding if they do not feel confident in a topic. Starter’s; these are designed to give cumulative learning, within a structured format. Each lesson (apart from the first) starts with five questions about content they have covered in previous lessons. This gives students a chance to review knowledge on a continuing basis (hopefully) leading to deeper learning. Homework’s; most of these are on line, so you just have to set it for your class and it gets mark automatically. Otherwise there are investigations and activities that require very little marking from you, allowing you to enjoy your weekend. End of topic tests; have been written to match (as close as I can) the style of the new exam papers. There are foundation and higher versions, each lasting 45 minutes with fully explained answers. The questions have been clearly and thoughtfully laid out to allow students to show off their knowledge to the best of their abilities,. The question ramp as you go through the paper and through the question and a number of maths and multiple choice questions have been included. Estimate grade boundaries have been included. Worksheets; these have been made to accompany each part of the lesson; you can either use the slides or give out the scaffold to help students who need it. PowerPoints; have embedded video clips, so you don’t have to find them, answers to all questions and engaging graphics. These have been designed with a clear/non-cluttered style to be friendly to students who have low level of literacy The only bits not included are exam board specific practical sheets (notes in SOW) and periodic tables as again these are a specific style for each exam board. This is due to copyright restrictions.
Summer Start for A-Level Chemistry. over 250 questions Inc Answers
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Summer Start for A-Level Chemistry. over 250 questions Inc Answers

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There is a BIG jump between GCSE and A-Level. Lots of students find this a massive shock and sometimes find themselves sitting in class lost, not following what the teacher is saying or wishing they had chosen a different subject. This book is designed to help students get started on some of the new content and take your GCSE knowledge to a higher level. Because if you managed to get through GCSE not understanding a topic or skipping over some bits you may find you need the extra help. 135 multiple choice questions to reflect the style of exam questions, 60 equations for you to balance (in 3 different formats), 65 compounds for you to work out the formula for and a lots of things that you need to recall for A-Level. This book is not designed as a text book or revision guide, but as a workbook. There are lots of good (and bad) expensive and free revision guides out there, on my YouTube channel and other great websites. So there is no point in me adding to the masses. Taking some GCSE topics, a bit further and introducing some new topics for A-Level. This is not a complete list of all the GCSE topics that also come up at A-Level; just enough to keep you (Very) busy over the summer and give you an advantage when you start year 12. All the teaching, all the new content, is available for free on my YouTube channel, this book is for you to practice and learn. The best way to approach this is to watch the teaching video, or after class try a section and check the answers. Topics covered are... Atomic Structure Properties of ionic compounds Covalent bonding Reference table of common ions formulae Formula of Ionic Compounds Oxidation Numbers Balancing Equations 1 Balancing Equations 2 Turning experiments in to balanced symbol equations Organic Chemistry Keywords Naming alkanes Naming Alkenes Skeletal formula Answers
Atomic Structure and The periodic Table End of Topic Test. NEW 2016 SPEC. Found/Higher Inc Answers
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Atomic Structure and The periodic Table End of Topic Test. NEW 2016 SPEC. Found/Higher Inc Answers

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These are end of topic tests; have been written to match (as close as I can) the style of the new exam papers. There are foundation and higher versions, each lasting 45 minutes with fully explained answers. The questions have been clearly and thoughtfully laid out to allow students to show off their knowledge to the best of their abilities. The question ramp as you go through the paper and through the question and a number of maths and multiple choice questions have been included. Estimate grade boundaries have been included. Note - these include questions about making copper sulfate crystals as this unit included no core practicals so I move one. Full SOW preview This is designed so you have to do very little in preparation for the lessons. I hope you will enjoy the free time this gives you and your students will benefit from well thought out and detailed resources. Everything is clearly explained and all answers are provided so non-specialist can teach with confidence. Student self-assessment sheets; I have used these successfully for years in lesson and OFSTED and SLT love them! They show clear progression for students, which can be easily seen by anyone who looks at the books. There are links to resources that students can use at home to improve their understanding if they do not feel confident in a topic. Starter’s; these are designed to give cumulative learning, within a structured format. Each lesson (apart from the first) starts with five questions about content they have covered in previous lessons. This gives students a chance to review knowledge on a continuing basis (hopefully) leading to deeper learning. Homework’s; most of these are on line, so you just have to set it for your class and it gets mark automatically. Otherwise there are investigations and activities that require very little marking from you, allowing you to enjoy your weekend. PowerPoints; have embedded video clips, so you don’t have to find them, answers to all questions and engaging graphics. These have been designed with a clear/non-cluttered style to be friendly to students who have low level of literacy Worksheets; these have been made to accompany each part of the lesson; you can either use the slides or give out the scaffold to help students who need it. The only bits not included are exam board specific practical sheets (notes in SOW) and periodic tables as again these are a specific style for each exam board. This is due to copyright restrictions.
Maths (The Chemistry Bits) for SQA National 5 Chemistry. Including Answers
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Maths (The Chemistry Bits) for SQA National 5 Chemistry. Including Answers

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Introduction 3 Periodic Table 4 Mass number and atomic number 5 The number of protons, neutrons and electrons 6 Isotopes 7 Ions 8 Elements and atoms 9 Brackets 10 Conservation of mass 11 Balancing equations 12 Easy 12 Medium 13 Hard 14 Relative atomic mass and percentage of an element in a compound 15 Calculating relative atomic mass or relative isotopic mass 16 Moles 17 Half equations 18 Reacting masses 19 Calorimetry 20 Titration calculations 21 n = c x v 21 m = n x Mr 21 Titration rules 22 Titration calculations 22 Answers 23
Power, current and potential difference calculations. P=IV. 10 easy, 10 medium and 10 hard. Inc ans
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Power, current and potential difference calculations. P=IV. 10 easy, 10 medium and 10 hard. Inc ans

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The easy questions are aimed at foundation tier C grade students; these do not require students to rearrange equations or convert non-standard units. The skills involved are identification of the correct numbers to use, correct use of a calculator and correct method for answering questions. The medium questions are aimed at B grade students; they involve rearranging equations as well as all the skills needed for the easy questions. There is some application of logic and the need for correct use of standard form and significant figures. The hard questions are aimed at A and A* students; they not only require rearranging equations, but a wide variety of non-standard units that need to be converted, combining two or more equations and the application of logic, correct use of standard form and significant figures. Each section has 5 simple calculations in a table format, and then five questions written in exam style. The language used is different in each question (find/calculate/work out/determine) to prepare students for the range of language they will come across in an exam. Each section of 5 written questions gets gradually harder as they go on, to challenge students and encourage them to move on to the next level.
AQA P2 mixed maths questions. GCSE Physics revision. easy, medium, hard and super hard. Inc Answers
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AQA P2 mixed maths questions. GCSE Physics revision. easy, medium, hard and super hard. Inc Answers

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This is part of Maths (The Physics Bits) for Science Students, available in my shop. Versions for each exam board available. This is also available as part of a discount bundle, if you are interested in a number of my resources and want to talk about a custom discount, please get in contact The easy questions are aimed at foundation tier C grade students; these do not require students to rearrange equations or convert non-standard units. The skills involved are identification of the correct numbers to use, correct use of a calculator and correctly method for answering questions. The medium questions are aimed at B grade students; they involve rearranging equations as well as all the skills needed for the easy questions, there is some application of logic and the need for correct use of standard form and significant figures. The hard questions are aimed at A and A* students; they not only require rearranging equations, but a wide variety of non-standard units that need to be converted, combining two or more equations and the application of logic, correct use of standard form and significant figures.