A handwritten GCSE Physics help sheet on Transformers. Aimed at Year 10 students or those want to revise for their GCSE exams in Year 11. A Great and Helpful tool for revision. Aimed at students completing the AQA 9-1 new style exams that are Triple science or Higher tier. Can be used in lessons or set for students’ own study time at home. Please note: I do not own the cover image
A handy revision sheet on the goods and services that come from the Amazon Rainforest. This is specifically designed for the OCR B GCSE Geography course under topic: sustaining ecosystems. Includes subsistence farming (case study: Yanomami people), commercial uses and services and goods such as climate regulation. Useful for Year 10/11 students for last minute revision or in-class use. Note: Cover image is not my own.
A handy revision mindmap on popular case study - the River Eden in Cumbria. Includes important facts, flood management schemes (hard and soft engineering examples), a practise exam question and info about the 2005 Carlisle floods and 2015 Storm Desmond. Useful for in-class study sessions and students’ own at home revision. Great for last minute revision that’s suitable for Year 10 and 11. Note: the cover image is not my own. Designed for the OCR B course.
A Handwritten helpsheet specifically designed for higher tier/triple science students on the new AQA 9-1 GCSE Physics course. Includes the equation for force (F=BIL) and a section on electric motors and Flemming’s left hand rule. Includes easy-to-understand definitions and handy diagrams. Perfect for in-class revision sessions or at-home private study. Suitable for years 10-11. Note: The cover image is not mine.
A handwritten helpsheet aimed at GCSE triple science/higher tier students on the new style AQA 9-1 Physics course. Can be used at home for revision or for in-class/after school study sessions. Covers the Generator effect and the National Grid in a way that’s easy for kids to understand. Includes clear explanations and handy diagrams. Note: I do not own the cover image.
A handy sheet explaining the formation of meanders and oxbow lakes, as well as the case study of the River Eden. Designed for Year 10/11 students on the new OCR B course in the topic: Distinctive Landscapes. Useful for students to take away and use for last minute revision as well as being a handy resource for teachers. Note: the cover image is not my own.
A Handwritten mindmap aimed at students on the OCR B GCSE Geography course. Includes a handy case study (the River Eden) and info on the formation of floodplains and levees, oxbow lakes and meanders and waterfalls and gorges. Contains useful diagrams and facts that are perfect for last-minute revision for Year 10 and 11 students. Note: Cover image not my own.
A handy homemade guide full of tips and tricks to help you (or your GCSE English class!) write a persuasive speech. includes easy-to-understand definitions and examples as well as telling you how to structure your answer. Perfect for last minute revision or help with homework for more-able (top set) students in Years 10 and 11.
Hand written character profiles of 10 main characters in the play “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller. Specifically drawn for the Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Drama course. Includes: Tituba, Abigail Williams, Elizabeth Proctor, John Proctor, Mary Warren, Judge Danforth, Parris, Reverend Hale, the Coreys and the Putnams. There is also a free additional sheet with summaries of some of the minor characters on it. Each sheet includes the character’s physical appearance, personality, quotes, key events and their relationships with other characters. Can be used for revision or in class and is a very useful tool when studying for exams.
GCSE English Literature revision for Jekyll and Hyde. Specifically designed for the AQA course, higher students. Gives a brief summary of each chapter and some analysis of quotes. Great for revision and helping to remember the novel.
A useful handwritten sheet explaining genetic terms that will pop up in your GCSE Biology exam, under the topic genetic disorder and inherited conditions. These include: Gene, allele, phenotype and haploid to name a few! Useful for last minute revision in a colourful format with easy-to-understand definitions that will stick in your head! Designed for Year 10/11 students on the AQA 9-1 course.
A handy factsheet suitable for Year10/11 higher tier/triple science students on the AQA 9-1 course. Covers 5 genetic disorders: Polydactyly, Haemophilia, cystic fibrosis, Huntington’s and sickle cell anaemia. Explains whether they are dominant or recessive alleles, signs and symptoms and key terms. Useful for last minute revision in a colourful and easy-to-understand format.
A mind map that’s handy for revision or use in class! Contains all the key knowledge on beaches, spits, headlands, bays, coves, etc. for GCSE Geog students on the new OCR B (9-1) course. Also explains swash, backwash and longshore drift.
A handwritten mindmap based around coastal landforms such as beaches, spits, headlands and caves. Also focuses on longshore drift and includes handy diagrams and key notes as well as the Lulworth Cove case study. Designed for Year10/11 students on the OCR B: Geography for enquiring minds course. Perfect for last minute exam revision! Note: the cover image is not my own.
A handwritten guide to everything a higher tier/triple science year 10/11 student will need to know on the two types of embryonic screening in their GCSE exams (designed for AQA 9-1 spec). Includes pros and cons and how PGD and CVS are carried out.
Geography exam questions for year 10 and 11 students, focusing on the first half of the course (e.g climate and change, global hazards, sustaining ecosystems and distinctive landscapes). Useful as a homework, for revision or as a starter activity
A handy sheet including key facts about the tropical rainforest biome. Useful for Year 10/11 students on the OCR B course. Includes key facts and information in an easy-to-read format. Great for last-minute revision. Note: the cover image is not my own.