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Welcome to the Science Department

Mrs Nicola Evans – Head of Department / Teacher in charge of chemistry/physics

Mr Dafydd Downes - Teacher in charge of Biology 

Ms Gwenllian Jones – Teacher of PE and Science

In the Science Department we aim to give learners the opportunity to discover the excitement of scientific exploration and the thrill of scientific discovery, as well as the opportunity to observe the scientific workings of the world first hand. All learners and staff are valued and given the opportunity to develop their potential fully.

Pupils build up a body of scientific knowledge and understanding, applied to how science works and its essential role in society.

We aim to provide a curriculum that is suited to the differing needs of young people of all abilities that is broad, balanced and relevant to everyday life.

We ensure pupils develop practical skills through scientific enquiry.

We promote an understanding of the technological and environmental applications of science and its impact on the local and wider communities; including those related to the environment and quality of life.

We aim to develop literacy, numeracy and I.T. skills, through science to ensure that all pupils attain their highest level of achievement.

Year 7

Topic

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Useful resources

Term 1

Types of energy

 

 

 

 

 

  • Different types of energy
  • Ways energy is stored
  • Energy transfers
  • Energy conservation
  • Energy transfers in the ear
  • Experiments involving energy transfers.
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

http://www.educationquizzes.com/ks3/science/

www.racemath.info/motionandenergy/ks3_enery_types.htm

 

 

 

Changing State

  • Properties of solids, liquids and gases
  • Particle models of the different states
  • Changes of state
  • Different separation techniques (dissolving, filtration, distillation, crystallisation, chromatography)
  • Experiments involving separation techniques and changes of state
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

http://www.educationquizzes.com/ks3/science/

http://cleo.skoool.co.uk/keystage3.aspx?id=64

 

 

Term 2

Cells and Plants

  • Basic structure of an animal and plant cell
  • Functions of the cell parts
  • Basic structure and functions of a plant
  • Photosynthesis
  • Fertilisation of plants
  • Experiments involving microscopes, preparing microscope slides, plant cuttings
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

http://www.educationquizzes.com/ks3/science/

http://cleo.skoool.co.uk/keystage3.aspx?id=63

 

 

Electricity

  • Make and test predictions about circuits
  • Represent electrical circuits using symbols
  • Determine how the number of bulbs affect current
  • Behaviour of current in series and parallel circuits
  • Experiments involving electrical circuits.
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

http://www.educationquizzes.com/ks3/science/

http://www.twothirtyvolts.org.uk/education/revision-quiz/electric-circuits-11to14.html

http://lgfl.skoool.co.uk/keystage3.aspx?id=93

 

Term 3

Environment

  • Feeding relations in an ecosystem.
  • Food chains and food webs
  • Key terminology
  • Predator/prey cycles
  • Pyramid of numbers
  • Environment factors which affect a food web
  • Accumulation of toxins in a food chain.
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

http://www.docbrown.info/ks3biology/7Cnotes.htm

 

 

Patterns of Behaviour

  • Fire triangle.
  • Reactions with oxygen
  • Burning fuels
  • Elements and compounds
  • Effects of burning fuels on the environment.
  • Experiments involving burning chemicals.
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

http://www.educationquizzes.com/ks3/science/energy-resources-01/

http://www.docbrown.info/ks3physics/7Inotes.htm

http://cleo.skoool.co.uk/keystage3.aspx?id=64

http://www.docbrown.info/ks3chemistry/7Fnotes.htm

 

 

Year 8

Topic

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Useful resources

Term 1

Acid and Bases

  • Difference between chemical and physical changes
  • Use of indicators
  • pH chart and acid strength
  • Everyday application of neutralisation
  • Reactions with metals, alkalis, carbonates and oxides
  • Experiments involving acids, making indicators.
  • Word and symbol equations
  • Acid rain
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

www.educationquizzes.com/ks3/science/acids-and-alkalis-01/

http://cleo.skoool.co.uk/keystage3.aspx?id=64

www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YR62F_QNKA

www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8qTcBz0wEM

  1. http://www.docbrown.info/ks3chemistry/7EmcHP6.htm

 

Vital Organs

  • Specialised cells functions, adaptation and structure
  • Tissues, organs and organ systems
  • Types of organ systems
  • Circulatory system
  • Skeletal system (role of joint and muscles)
  • Experiments involving microscopes
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

http://www.educationquizzes.com/ks3/science/

http://www.brighthubeducation.com/science-homework-help/107443-ten-essential-organs-in-the-human-body/

http://www.ducksters.com/science/biology/organs.php

http://www.s-cool.co.uk/gcse/biology/heart-and-circulation/revise-it/the-circulatory-system

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kf_IxTS2S8E

 

Term 2

Matter

  • Elements, compounds and mixtures
  • Particle theory
  • Melting, freezing, diffusion, contraction, expansion
  • Solubility
  • Experiments involving solubility and particle theory
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

www.educationquizzes.com/ks3/science/solids-liquids-and-gases-01/

www.educationquizzes.com/ks3/science/atoms-and-elements-02/

http://cleo.skoool.co.uk/keystage3.aspx?id=64

www.docbrown.info/ks3chemistry/7Hmc.htm

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8r_y_MTdkg

 

 

Energy Resources

  • Fossil fuels
  • How fossil fuels make electricity
  • Energy efficiency
  • Renewable energy
  • Experiments involving fuels.
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

www.educationquizzes.com/ks3/science/energy-resources-01/

www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVskMh0Etcs

www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfOiOy0wTNA

 

Term 3

Nutrition

  • Main components in food
  • Balanced diet and health
  • Principles of digestion
  • Principles of respiration
  • Experiments involving food tests
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

  1. www.familylearning.org.uk/balanced_diet.html
  2. www.docbrown.info/ks3biology/8AmcHP6.htm

 

Using Energy sensibly

  • Environmental problems with burning fuels
  • Understanding problems when fuels run out
  • Alternative energy
  • Wasted energy
  • Saving energy in the home
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test and assessed homework

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

  1. 1.     www.mea.org.uk/files/ENERGY%20SAVING%20KS3.pdf
  2.  

Year 9

Topic

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Useful resources

Term 1

Chemistry

Classifying and Changing Materials

  • Solid, liquid and gases and the particle theory
  • Classifying enquiry: Solid, liquid and gases
  • Exploring enquiry: Melting ice
  • Making enquiry: Separation techniques
  • Elements, compounds and mixtures
  • Classifying enquiry: elements and compounds
  • Solubility and particle theory
  • Fair test enquiry: Solubility and temperature
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8r_y_MTdkg

  1.  

 

Biology

Respiratory System

Photosynthesis

Interdependence

  • Recognise and label the respiratory system
  • Explain inhalation and exhalation
  • Gas exchange
  • Photosynthesis, global warming, deforestation
  • Interdependence and food webs
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

 

 

Term 2

Physics

  • Electrical circuits, voltage and current
  • Fair test enquiry: Resistance of a wire
  • Forces
  • Exploring enquiry: Friction
  • Fair test enquiry: Hooke’s Law
  • Experiments involving electrical circuits and forces
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic test

CPG KS3 revision guide

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/science/

 

 

 

Welsh Baccalaureate

Problem Solving

 

  • Identify the nature of a scientific problem and ways it may be solved
  • Plan how to solve the problem
  • Health and Safety considerations.
  • Evaluation of the success of the problem solving
  • Identify what went well and less well
  • Identify improvements for future problem solving

Completed booklet for Welsh Bacc exam

 

 

Term 3

Controlled assessment practice

  • Develop skills for the research tasks for GCSE
  • Develop skills for the practical tasks for GCSE
  • Develop skills for the safety tasks for GCSE
  • Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

 

 

 

Start Year 10 work

Biology

Topic 1: Variation, Adaptation and Competition

 

Chemistry

Topic 1 Elements

 

Physics

Topic 1 Generation of Electricity

 

  • Classifying organisms and DNA analysis
  • Morphological and behavioural adaptations
  • Competition for resources.

 

  • Elements and the Periodic Table
  • Chemical and Physical properties

 

 

  • Usefulness of electricity
  • Power stations

 

Opportunities to develop literacy, numeracy and ICT

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Science

Year 10

Topic

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Useful resources

Term 1

Biology

Topic 2The Environment

Topic 3 Inheritance

 

 

 

 

Chemistry

Topic 2 Compounds

Topic 4 Non-metals

 

Physics

Topic 2: Transmission of Electricity

Topic 3 Energy supply

 

  • Food and economic development and the environment
  • Intensive farming methods, indicator species
  • Food chain, food webs and decomposers
  • Plant nutrition
  • Genes, chromosomes and DNA
  • Punnett squares and inheritance
  • GM crop technology

 

  • Compounds and chemical formulae
  • Non-metals extraction and uses, fluoridation
  • Hydrogen (electrolysis, uses and chemical tests)

 

 

  • The National Grid and transformer
  • Energy efficiency and safety
  • Distinguish between power and energy
  • Power ratings and costs
  • Cost effectiveness and Environmental implications of alternative energy sources

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Science Revision Guide

 

 

Biology

Topic 4 Variation

 

Chemistry

Topic 7 Ever-changing Earth

 

Physics

Topic 4 Energy Transfer

 

 

  • Continuous and discontinuous variation
  • Sexual and asexual reproduction
  • Cell mutations

 

  • The atmosphere, Global Warming and Acid Rain
  • Wegener’s Theory and Plate Tectonics

 

  • Sankey diagrams and energy efficiency
  • Carbon footprint and global warming
  • Conduction, convections and radiation
  • Energy loss from homes

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Science Revision Guide

 

Term 2

Biology

Topic 5 Evolution

Topic 6 Response and Regulation

 

 

Chemistry

Topic 6 Production of Fuels

Topic 5 Reaction of Acids

 

Physics

Topic 5 Characteristics of Waves

Topic 6Ionising radiation

 

  • Predator and prey relationships
  • Natural Selection
  • Sense organs, sensitivity and phototropism
  • Hormones, glucose, insulin and diabetics type 1
  • The skin

 

  • Crude oil and its fractions
  • Plastics and Polymerisation
  • Classification and Reactions of acids
  • Preparation of salts

 

  • Characteristics of waves, speed of waves
  • Electromagnetic spectrum, thermal radiation
  • Greenhouse effect, visible and infra red radiation
  • Uses of microwaves and infra red radiation
  • Radioactive emissions and radioactive decay
  • Nuclear power stations
  • Natural and artificial sources of background radiation

 

End of topic test and controlled assessments

WJEC GCSE Science Revision Guide

 

 

Biology

Topic 7 Health

 

 

Chemistry

Topic 3 Metals

 

 

 

Physics

Topic 7The Solar System

 

  • Energy content, sugar, fat and additives in food
  • Alcohol and drug abuse
  • New drug technologies

 

  • Metal ores and metal extraction
  • Displacement and competition reactions
  • Blast furnace and electrolysis
  • Sustainability and uses of metals
  • Alloys and nano-silver

 

  • Planets, the Solar system, Milky Way and the Universe
  • Composition of stars
  • Big Bang model theory and the Red shift

 

End of topic test and controlled assessments

WJEC GCSE Science Revision Guide

 

Term 3

Revision for exams

 

 

  • Revision for the GCSE exams
  • Past papers

 

GCSE Science exam

‎ WJEC GCSE Science Revision Guide

 

 

 

Start year 11 work.

Biology

Topic 1 Cells

 

 

 

Chemistry

Topic 1 Atomic Structure

 

Physics

Topic 1Electrical Circuits

 

  • Structure of plant, animal, bacterial, algal,  yeast cells
  • Structure of a virus
  • Proteins, amino acids, enzymes
  • DNA structure
  • Cell division (mitotic, meiotic)

 

  • Structure of an atom, electron structures
  • Atomic number, mass number, isotopes

 

  • Current and voltage in series and parallel circuits
  • Voltmeter, ammeter and variable resistors

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide

 

Year 11

Topic

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Useful resources

Term 1

Biology

Topic 2The Cell Membrane

Topic 3Photosynthesis

 

 

Chemistry

Topic 6 Chemical Calculation

Topic 7 Water

 

 

 

 

Physics

Topic 2Distance and speed

Topic 3Effects of forces

 

  • Diffusion and Osmosis
  • Active transportation
  • Importance of photosynthesis
  • Test for carbon dioxide and starch

 

  • Relative atomic mass and relative molecular mass.
  • Simplest formula calculations
  • Mass calculations and percentage yield
  • Bond energy calculations
  • Water supply, desalination and distillation
  • Solubility curves
  • Hardness of water
  • Chromatography and atomic spectroscopy.

 

  • Describe motion using speed, acceleration, velocity-time and distance time graphs.
  • Use given equations
  • Momentum, mass and weight
  • Understand Newton’s 1st and 2nd law
  • Terminal velocity

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide

 

 

Biology

Topic 4 Respiration

 

Chemistry

Topic 5 Basic Organic Chemistry

 

Physics

Topic 4 Interactions between objects

 

  • Aerobic respiration
  • Anaerobic respiration

 

  • Fractional Distillation
  • Alkanes, alkenes and polymers

 

  • Newton’s 3rd law.
  • Use given equations (work, KE, PE
  • Principles of forces and motion in stopping distances
  • Safety features in cars

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide

 

Term 2

Biology

Topic 5Digestion

Topic 6 Respiratory system

 

 

Chemistry

Topic 2 Reactions of Group 1 & 7

Topic 3 Chemical Bonding

 

 

 

Physics

Topic 5Half life & radioactivity

Topic 6Nuclear Structure

 

  • The digestive system, the role of enzymes
  • The respiratory system, explain the process of inhalation and exhalation
  • Mucus, cilia and effects of smoking

 

  • Reactions of Group 1 and Group 7
  • Chemical tests (flame tests, silver nitrate test)
  • Structure and properties (metallic, ionic, covalent and giant covalent)
  • Ionic and covalent bonding
  • Smart materials

 

  • Decay curves, half life
  • Uses of radioactive materials
  • Nature of radiation, penetrating powers
  • Nuclear structure and isotopes
  • Nuclear fission and fusion

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide

 

 

Biology

Topic 7 Biodiversity

 

Chemistry

Topic 4 Rates of Reaction

 

Physics

Calculations

  • Sampling, abundance and biodiversity
  • Biological control agents and alien species

 

  • Measuring rates of reaction
  • Particle theory
  • Catalysts

 

  • Using equations and maths in science
  • Developing mathematical skills

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide

 

Term 3

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

  • Revision for the GCSE Additional Science exams

 

GCSE Additional Science Exam

‎ WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide

 

BTEC

Year 10

Topic

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Useful resources

Term 1

Unit 1:Chemistry and the Earth

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 2: Energy and Our Universe

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 3 Biology and Our Environment

 

  • Identify different types of chemical substances
  • Investigate physical properties of Chemicals
  • Explain how the physical properties of chemicals make them suitable for their uses.
  • Explain how the structure of different chemicals affects its properties

Assessment: Assignment 1 & 2 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

 

  • Investigate energy transfers
  • Calculate the efficiency of energy transformations
  • Describe the transformations and the efficiency of the transformation process in the investigations
  • Explain how energy losses due to energy transformation in the home or workplace  can be minimised  to reduce the impact on the environment

Assessment: Assignment 1 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

 

  • Describe how the functioning of organisms relates to the genes in their cells
  • Describe how variation within a species brings about evolutionary change.
  • Explain how genes control variation within a species using a simple coded message

Assessment: Assignment 1 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

BTEC Level 2 Applied Science Student book

 

 

Unit 1:Chemistry and the Earth

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 2: Energy and Our Universe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 3 Biology and Our Environment

 

  • Describe atomic structures of elements
  • Investigate chemical properties of group 1 and 7 elements
  • Describe the trends within atomic structure of group 1 and group 7
  • Explain why group 1 and 7 are mainly used as compounds
  • Explain the trends in chemical behaviour of group 1 and 7 in terms of atomic structures

Assessment: Assignment 3 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

  • Describe the electromagnetic spectrum
  • Describe the different types of radiation, including non-ionising and ionising radiation
  • Describe the uses of ionising and non-ionising radiation in the home or workplace
  • Describe the possible negative effects of ionising and non-ionising radiation
  • Describe how waves can be used for communication
  • Explain the advantages of wireless communication
  • Compared wired and wireless communication systems

Assessment: Assignment 2 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

 

  • Construct simple identification keys to show how variation between species can be classified
  • Describe the interdependence and adaptation of organisms
  • Explain how organisms within an ecosystem interact over time

Assessment: Assignment 2 & 3 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

BTEC Level 2 Applied Science Student book

 

Term 2

Unit 1:Chemistry and the Earth

 

 

 

 

Unit 2: Energy and Our Universe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 3 Biology and Our Environment

 

  • Investigate rates of chemical reactions
  • Explain how different factors affect the rate of industrial reactions
  • Analyse how different factors affect the yield of industrial processes.

Assessment: Assignment 3 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

 

  • Describe how electricity can be produced
  • Describe how electrical energy is transferred to the home or industry
  • Describe the use of measuring instruments to check values predicted by Ohm’s Law in given electric circuits
  • Compare the efficiency of electricity generated from different sources
  • Assess how to minimise energy losses when transmitting electricity and when converting it into other forms of consumer applications

Assessment: Assignment 3 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

 

  • Investigate the impact of human activity on an environment
  • Describe how to measure the effect of human activity on an environment
  • Explain how the environmental effect of human activity might be minimised in the future

Assessment: Assignment 4 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

BTEC Level 2 Applied Science Student book

 

 

Unit 1:Chemistry and the Earth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 2: Energy and Our Universe

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 3 Biology and Our Environment

 

  • Identify the human activities that are affecting the Earth and its environment
  • Describe how the choices humans make have an effect on the Earth and its environment.
  • Identify natural factors that have changed the surface and atmosphere of the Earth
  • Describe the ways that natural factors have changed the surface and atmosphere of the Earth over millions of years
  • Explain possible solutions to the effect humans have on the Earth and its environment.

Assessment: Assignment 5 & 6 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

 

  • Describe the composition of the solar system
  • Identify evidence that shows how the universe is changing
  • Describe and evaluate the main theory of how the universe was formed
  • Explain how and evaluate the evidence that shows how the universe is changing

Assessment: Assignment 4 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

 

  • Describe the effect of different internal and external factors on human health
  • Identify the control mechanisms which enable the human body to maintain optimal health
  • Explain how selected medical, social and inherited factors disrupt body systems to cause ill health
  • Describe the social issues which arise as a result of the selected medical, social and inherited  factors and the illnesses they cause

Assessment: Assignment 5 & 6 (Pass, Merit, Distinction)

BTEC Level 2 Applied Science Student book

 

Term 3

Complete the merit and distinction tasks

 

 

 

‎ BTEC Level 2 Applied Science Student book

 

 

Year 11

Topic

Knowledge, skills and understanding

Useful resources

Term 1

Biology

Topic 2The Cell Membrane

Topic 3Photosynthesis

 

 

Chemistry

Topic 6 Chemical Calculation

Topic 7 Water

 

 

 

 

Physics

Topic 2Distance and speed

Topic 3Effects of forces

 

  • Diffusion and Osmosis
  • Active transportation
  • Importance of photosynthesis
  • Test for carbon dioxide and starch

 

  • Relative atomic mass and relative molecular mass.
  • Simplest formula calculations
  • Mass calculations and percentage yield
  • Bond energy calculations
  • Water supply, desalination and distillation
  • Solubility curves
  • Hardness of water
  • Chromatography and atomic spectroscopy.

 

  • Describe motion using speed, acceleration, velocity-time and distance time graphs.
  • Use given equations
  • Momentum, mass and weight
  • Understand Newton’s 1st and 2nd law
  • Terminal velocity

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide

 

 

Biology

Topic 4 Respiration

 

Chemistry

Topic 5 Basic Organic Chemistry

 

Physics

Topic 4 Interactions between objects

 

  • Aerobic respiration
  • Anaerobic respiration

 

  • Fractional Distillation
  • Alkanes, alkenes and polymers

 

  • Newton’s 3rd law.
  • Use given equations (work, KE, PE
  • Principles of forces and motion in stopping distances
  • Safety features in cars

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide

 

Term 2

Biology

Topic 5Digestion

Topic 6 Respiratory system

 

 

Chemistry

Topic 2 Reactions of Group 1 & 7

Topic 3 Chemical Bonding

 

 

 

Physics

Topic 5Half life & radioactivity

Topic 6Nuclear Structure

 

  • The digestive system, the role of enzymes
  • The respiratory system, explain the process of inhalation and exhalation
  • Mucus, cilia and effects of smoking

 

  • Reactions of Group 1 and Group 7
  • Chemical tests (flame tests, silver nitrate test)
  • Structure and properties (metallic, ionic, covalent and giant covalent)
  • Ionic and covalent bonding
  • Smart materials

 

  • Decay curves, half life
  • Uses of radioactive materials
  • Nature of radiation, penetrating powers
  • Nuclear structure and isotopes
  • Nuclear fission and fusion

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide

 

 

Biology

Topic 7 Biodiversity

 

Chemistry

Topic 4 Rates of Reaction

 

Physics

Calculations

  • Sampling, abundance and biodiversity
  • Biological control agents and alien species

 

  • Measuring rates of reaction
  • Particle theory
  • Catalysts

 

  • Using equations and maths in science
  • Developing mathematical skills

 

End of topic tests

WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide

 

Term 3

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

  • Revision for the GCSE Additional Science exams

 

GCSE Additional Science Exam

‎ WJEC GCSE Additional Science Revision Guide