Science Curriculum Overview

Science Curriculum Overview

Year 7

Autumn 1:    7 Weeks

Autumn 2:    7 weeks

Spring 1: 6 weeks

Spring 2:  6 weeks

Summer 1 : 6 weeks

Summer2:  7weeks

Topic

 

How Science Works; Acids and Alkalis

Cells organisation and photosynthesis

Particle theory

Atoms, elements, compounds, and mixtures

Mixing and dissolving

Reproduction

Forces  & Forces in Fluids

Electricity and magnetism

Ecosystems

Energy

Assessment

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Acid spill investigation and newspaper article  

 

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Assessment booklet where students describe how to use a micropscope and answer levelled questioned. Knowledge of cell structure and microscopy assessed

 

Assessment 2: Exam style questions

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: 'Teach a lesson’ on particle model

 

Assessment 2: Practical assessing knowledge of diffusion and skill of writing prediction/hypothesis

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1:

Extended writing on conservation of mass in magnesium oxide experiment assessing knowledge

 

Assessment 2:

Making and evaluating a model of an atom

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Writing a method for the separation of rock salt

 

Assessment 2:

Assessment booklet to assess knowledge of different types of mixtures, chromatography and distillation

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1:

Extended writing Describe the journey of the sperm

 

Assessment 2:  exam style questions

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

 

 

Assessment 1:

Practical Density of regular and irregular objects

 

 

Assessment 2.

How does the shape of an object affect how quickly it travels through  viscous fluid?

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: how does the length of a nichrome wire affect resistance?

 

Assessment 2: Advising a steel scrap yard how to design an electromagnet

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Polar bear and fennec fox adaptations

 

Assessment 2: Imagine a world without bees story, poem or comic strip

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

 

Assessment 1:

Presentation on what energy resource Haringey should use

 

Assessment 2: Design a home that relies solely on renewable energy

 

Extended learning/homework

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning

 

Create a poster presentation about hazards associated with using acids and alkalis during neutralisation reactions

 

 

 

 

Weekly educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

 

Weekly educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning

 

Make a 3D model of an atom. Evaluate your peers’ models.

 

Weekly educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning:

Drawing graphs and making conclusions about gestation periods, life span and birth weights.

Weekly educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

 

Extended learning:

Design a new F1 car for Mercedes. Describe and explain how the design reduces drag. Discuss the accuracy and precision of race track results (data provided) 

 

Weekly educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning : Create a booklet that explains the difference between current and voltage series and parallel circuits

 

Weekly educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

 

 

 

Extended learning:

Students draw graphs to show how different pesticides affect mortality in a species and how pesticide concentration affects mortality. Explain if the graphs represent continuous or discontinuous variation. Make conclusions on data.

Weekly educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

 

 

 

Extended learning: Presentation on the social, economic health risks of using nuclear energy.

 

 

Year 8

Autumn 1: 7 Weeks

Autumn 2: 7 weeks

Spring 1: 6 weeks

Spring 2:  6 weeks

Summer 1 : 6 weeks

Summer 2 : 7 weeks

 

Topics

Forces, Forces in fluids

 

Ecosystems

Energy

Sound and Light

Food, digestion & drugs

Heat Transfer & energy

Genetics & evolution

Metals & Uses

Circulation, breathing & respiration

Acids & Alkalis

Space Physics

 

Rock cycle

Assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

 

Assessment 1:

Practical Density of regular and irregular objects

 

 

Assessment 2.

How does the shape of an object affect how quickly it travels through  viscous fluid?

 

 

 

 

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Assessment 1: Polar bear and fennec fox adaptations

 

 

Assessment 2: Imagine a world without bees story, poem or comic strip

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1:

Presentation on what energy resource Haringey should use

 

Assessment 2: Design a home that relies solely on renewable energy

 

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Investigating which material is best at soundproofing

 

Assessment 2: Assessment booklet assessing knowledge of law of reflection a

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Evaluate the model  the digestive system (from the making poo demo)

 

Assessment 2: NHS booklet about the digestive system

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Investigating how the colour of an object affects the rate of heat transfer 

 

 

Assessment 2: Exam style questions 

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Explore and demonstrate variation and inheritance at a genetic level by creating REEBOPS  

 

Assessment 2: Exam style questions and extended writing on natural selection 

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Reactivity of metals practical write up assessing skills and knowledge of metals reacting with acids

 

Assessment 2: extended writing on alloys   

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Evaluating the model lung

 

Assessment 2: multiple choice and short answer questions on the topic

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Acid spill investigation and newspaper article  

 

Assessment 2: Write a letter to a patient explaining why taking indigestion tablets will be helpful for their condition.    

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1: Make a scale model of the solar system

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

Assessment 1: Making observation about practicals on sedimentary metamorphic and igneous rocks 

 

Extended learning / homework

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning:

Design a new F1 car for Mercedes. Describe and explain how the design reduces drag. Discuss the accuracy and precision of race track results (data provided)  

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning:

draw graphs to show how different pesticides affect mortality in a species and how pesticide concentration affects mortality. Explain if the graphs represent continuous or discontinuous variation. Make conclusions on data.

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning:

Design a soundproof room. Create the ‘room’ using a shoebox.

Test the effectiveness of your sound proof room in school.  Draw a graph of your results.

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning:

Design a delivery bag for Deliveroo

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning:

TBC

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning: Poster presentation on health and safety in the science lab. Key focus on handling acids and alkalis safely & neutralisation reactions.

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Year 9

Autumn 1: 7 Weeks

Autumn 2: 7 weeks

Spring 1: 6 weeks

Spring 2:  6 weeks

Summer 1 : 6 weeks

Summer 2 : 7 weeks

 

Topic

 

Reactivity

Making materials

Cell biology

Cell biology

Organisation

Organisation

 

Energy

Assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1:

Energy in chemical reactions write and practical write up assessing knowledge of endothermic and exothermic reactions.

 

 

Assessment 2:

Exam style questions on the entire topic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Assessment 1:

Testing the strength of concrete practical write up

 

Assessment 2:

Presentation on an unfamiliar polymer assessing

  • Applying content on polymer structure and properties
  • Biomagnification and disposal of the polymer
  • Give extended explanations and apply science to unfamiliar situations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

50 minute end of unit test. Higher or foundation tier

 

6 mark question:

Evaluate the benefits and risks, as well as the social and ethical issues concerning the use of stem cells from medical research and treatments.

 

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

50 minute end of unit test. Higher or foundation tier

 

6 mark question:

Describe how you would apparatus to find out which detergent (containing enzymes) removes stains best at 30⁰C.

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

50 minute end of unit test. Higher or foundation tier

 

6 mark question:

‘Solar is the best energy’. Evaluate this statement.

 

 

Extended learning

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

 

Extended learning:

Booklet advising students how to collect valid results in an experiment on endothermic and exothermic reactions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

 

Extended learning:

Story / comic strip about the 3 fates of plastic bottle i.e. landfill, ocean or recycled. Explain in detail, the environmental consequences of each fate.

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous

 

 

 

Extended learning:

Make a model of a plant or animal cell. Calculate the magnification of your cell and show your working out

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

 

 

Extended learning:

Produce a graph (data provided) and booklet explaining how temperature affects enzyme activity

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning:

Exam style questions on converting units of measurement

 

 

Year 10 Combined Science

 

Autumn 1: 7 Weeks

Autumn 2: 7 weeks

Spring 1: 6 weeks

Spring 2:  6 weeks

Summer 1 : 6 weeks

Summer 2 : 7 weeks

Topic

 

Atomic structure and periodic table

 

Atomic structure and radioactivity

Particle model of matter

Bonding and structure

Health and infection

Chemical changes

Energy changes

Electricity

Assessment

 

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6 mark question

Describe the model now used for the structure of an atom.

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Describe the properties of alpha, beta and gamma radiation in terms of penetration through materials, range in air and deflection through a magnetic field'

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

 

6-mark question: One kilogram of a gas has a much larger volume than one kilogram of a solid. Use kinetic theory to explain why.

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

 

 

6-mark question: Comparing and contrasting the structure and properties of diamond and graphite

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

6-mark question: Describe what an Ebola vaccine must contain and how it could make a person immune to the virus.

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

6-mark question:

Explain how aluminium can be extracted from its ore by electrolysis and why the carbon anode needs to be continually replaced.

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Reaction profile and bond energies

 

 

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Describe an investigation to test the hypothesis ‘The width of the nichrome wire affects resistance’

 

50 minute higher or foundation end of unit assessment

 

Extended learning

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning:

Booklet on how to separate unfamiliar mixtures using filtration, crystallisation, simple distillation, fractional distillation and chromatography

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning:

 Produce a revision guide on how to calculate half life and express values as a ratio

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning:

 Produce a revision guide on the structure, bonding and properties of giant covalent structures 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

Extended learning:

Write a newspaper article about how farmers could use vaccines to reduce the transmission of salmonella in chickens  

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Year 10 Triple Science

Autumn 1: 7 Weeks

Autumn 2: 7 weeks

Spring 1: 6 weeks

 

Spring 2:  6 weeks

Summer 1: 6 weeks

 

 

Summer 2 : 7 weeks

 

Topic

 

Atomic structure and periodic table

 

Atomic structure and radioactivity

Particle model of matter

Bonding and structure

Health and infection

Chemical changes

Energy changes

Electricity

Electricity

Bioenergetics

Waves

 

Space Physics

Assessment

 

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6 mark question

Describe the model now used for the structure of an atom.

 

 

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Describe the properties of alpha, beta and gamma radiation in terms of penetration through materials, range in air and deflection through a magnetic field'

 

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: One kilogram of a gas has a much larger volume than one kilogram of a solid. Use kinetic theory to explain why.

 

 

50 minute higher  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

6-mark question: Comparing and contrasting the structure and properties of diamond and graphite

 

 

50 minute higher  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Describe what an Ebola vaccine must contain and how it could make a person immune to the virus.

 

50 minute higher  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

Explain how aluminium can be extracted from its ore by electrolysis and why the carbon anode needs to be continually replaced.

 

 

50 minute higher  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Reaction profile and bond energies

 

50 minute higher  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Describe an investigation to test the hypothesis ‘The width of the nichrome wire affects resistance’

 

50 minute higher  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Describe an investigation to test the hypothesis ‘The width of the nichrome wire affects resistance’

 

50 minute higher  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Limiting factors

 

 

50 minute higher  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Required practical How is the ripple tank used to determine wavelength, wave speed and frequency

 

 

50 minute higher  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

How does the size of a star affect its life cycle?

 

 

50 minute higher  end of unit assessment

 

Extended  learning / homework

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning:

Booklet on how to separate unfamiliar mixtures using filtration, crystallisation, simple distillation, fractional distillation and chromatography

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning:

 Produce a revision guide on how to calculate half life and express values as a ratio

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning:

 Produce a revision guide on the structure, bonding and properties of giant covalent structures 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 Extended learning:

Write a newspaper article about how farmers could use vaccines to reduce the transmission of salmonella in chickens  

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Year 11 Combined Science

 

Autumn 1: 7 Weeks

Autumn 2: 7 weeks

Spring 1: 6 weeks

 

Spring 2:  6 weeks

Summer 1 : 6 weeks

Summer 2 : 7 weeks

 

 

Topic

 

Quantitative chemistry

Rate & extent of chemical reactions

Homeostasis & response

Forces

Organic chemistry

Inheritance, variation & evolution

Waves

Chemical analysis

Ecology

Using resources

Magnets & Electromagnets

Chemistry of the atmosphere

Assessment

 

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Use measurements of mass before and after an experiment to explain what has happened to the mass during the experiment and why it has happened

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Factors affecting rate of reaction and Equilibrium

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6 mark-Write to evaluate the reaction time required practical

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Compare the motion of runners A and B.

Include data from the figure.

(Graph provided)

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Fractional distillation

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

6-mark question:

Evaluating asexual and sexual reproduction

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Required practical How is the ripple tank used to determine wavelength, wave speed and frequency

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Writing to instruct chromatography and gas tests practicals

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Evaluating destruction of peat bogs

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Describe the processes of phytomining and bioleaching and evaluate the impacts and benefits of these biological methods of extracting metals

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6 mark:

Describe how the students could test the hypothesis ‘The voltage affects the strength of an electromagnet’ using the equipment

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

6 mark:

Explain why the composition of the atmosphere has changed over billions of years. Compare the Earth’s atmosphere to that of Mars and Venus.  

 

 

50 minute higher or foundation  end of unit assessment

 

Exten​ded learning  / homework

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning: Create a revision broad sheet on Ar, Mr, moles, calculating reacting masses

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning: Produce a leaflet that evaluate the use of the pill, the implant and the hormonal IUD

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning: identify the mistakes on the graphs and explain why they are wrong.

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning: TBC

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning: TBC

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning: TBC

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Year 11 Triple  Science

Autumn 1: 7 Weeks

Autumn 2: 7 weeks

Spring 1: 6 weeks

 

Spring 2:  6 weeks

 

Summer 1 : 6 weeks

Summer 2 : 7 weeks

 

 

 

Quantitative chemistry

Rate & extent of chemical reactions

Homeostasis & response

Forces

Organic chemistry

Inheritance, variation & evolution

Waves

Space Physics

Chemical analysis

Ecology

Using resources

Magnets & Electromagnets

Chemistry of the atmosphere

Assessment

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Use measurements of mass before and after an experiment to explain what has happened to the mass during the experiment and why it has happened

 

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Factors affecting rate of reaction and Equilibrium

 

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6 mark-Write to evaluate the reaction time required practical

 

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Compare the motion of runners A and B.

Include data from the figure.

(Graph provided)

 

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Fractional distillation

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

6-mark question:

Evaluating asexual and sexual reproduction

 

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Required practical How is the ripple tank used to determine wavelength, wave speed and frequency

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

 

6-mark question: 

How does the size of a star affect its life cycle? 

 

 

 50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Writing to instruct chromatography and gas tests practicals

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question: Evaluating destruction of peat bogs

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6-mark question:

Describe the processes of phytomining and bioleaching and evaluate the impacts and benefits of these biological methods of extracting metals

 

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

 

6 mark:

Describe how the students could test the hypothesis ‘The voltage affects the strength of an electromagnet’ using the equipment

 

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Learning checkpoint consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions assessing knowledge.

6 mark:

Explain why the composition of the atmosphere has changed over billions of years. Compare the Earth’s atmosphere to that of Mars and Venus.  

 

 

50 minute higher end of unit assessment

 

Extended learning / homework

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning: Create a revision broad sheet on Ar, Mr, moles, calculating reacting masses

 

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning: Produce a leaflet that evaluate the use of the pill, the implant and the hormonal IUD

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning: identify the mistakes on the graphs and explain why they are wrong.

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

Extended learning: TBC

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning: TBC

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning

 

 

Extended learning: TBC

Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning Weekly Educake focused on current knowledge and interleaving of previous learning