Remote Learning Year 11:
Dr Greeves’ class
- Use text books and the revision summaries on fronter to make notes on chapter 10 – Elements, Compounds and Mixtures and Chapter 9 – Acids Bases and Salts.
- Answer all end of chapter questions – answers can be checked on the Hodder Education website.
Dr McBride’s class All work is accessed through OneNote and revision summaries are available on fronter.
- Answer the past paper questions on Ch9 Acids, Bases and Salts and Ch10 Elements, Compounds and Mixtures. Use your revision text book to answer all questions.
- Use the mark schemes on OneNote to mark and correct your answers.
- A blank version of the past paper questions and relevant mark scheme can be found on OneNote:
- Go to Ch09 Acids Bases Salts / Ch10 Elements Compounds Mixtures
- Go to Topic Support – Blank past paper questions are on the left hand side of the page whilst the mark scheme is on the right.
Physics – Dr Khamanra
All resources are available on OneNote
- Use text books to complete notes on radioactivity, road transport and space.
- Use notes and revision materials to complete past paper questions by topic and then past paper questions.
Remote Learning Year 12:
Dr McBride’s class
- Pupils are to complete the past paper questions on Practical Theory Unit 4 Booklet B.
- Use the relevant mark schemes on CCEA to mark and correct their answers.
- Pupils are to complete the work booklet on maths skills in Biology. Answers are provided within the booklet.
Dr Greer’s class
- Revision summaries and past paper questions are available on fronter.
This broad, practical course can help students appreciate the value of science while preparing them for related vocational studies or the world of work.
Through studying this subject, students will:
- gain a broad knowledge and understanding of the material, physical and living worlds;
- gain understanding of the nature of science and its applications and the interrelationships between science and society;
- develop an understanding of the importance of scale in science;
- develop and apply their knowledge and understanding of the scientific process through hypotheses, theories and concepts;
- develop their understanding of the relationships between hypotheses, evidence, theories and explanations;
- develop awareness of risk and the ability to assess potential risk in the context of potential benefits;
- develop and apply their observational, practical, enquiry and problem-solving skills and understanding in laboratory, field and other learning environments;
- develop their skills in communication, mathematics and the use of technology in scientific contexts; and
- acquire and apply skills, knowledge and understanding of how science works and its essential role in society.