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Mark ye well her bulwarks, consider her palaces; that ye may tell it to the generation following
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KS0 - KS2. Covers age four to age eleven.
KS3 - KS4. Covers age eleven to age sixteen.
For KS3 and KS4 we have Maths and Science to iGCSE level with curricula selected to both teach theory and support practically. Science – Cambridge Checkpoint Written by experienced authors, Cambridge Checkpoint provides carefully crafted Coursebooks to support the Cambridge Secondary 1 programme in Science covering three years of study in Stages 7–9 (typically ages 11–14). The Coursebook gives a thorough introduction to the concepts and offers a wealth of ideas for hands-on activities to make the subject matter come to life. The Workbook contains exercises that develop students' ability to apply their knowledge as well as developing their Scientific Enquiry skills relating to planning experiments and recording results. It does require the activities detailed in the textbooks to be carried out to fully understand the concepts and teaching. The Coursebooks are £16.65 and the practise books are £6.53. Science – Boardworks In order to further supplement the theory of Cambridge Checkpoint, we have a scheme of Science work from Boardworks which offers almost 7,000 slides of material to give you everything you need to help you teach every aspect of the iGCSE Triple Science specifications. Detailed virtual experiments and simulations clarify scientific concepts
Interesting and varied interactives enhance lessons and motivate your students. Accurate diagrams and topical illustrations supplement key facts and aid overall understanding of the subject. The resources contain a wealth of material focusing on 'How Science Works' skills, with useful icons to indicate where this material is covered. Support and enhance practical lessons with thought- provoking virtual experiments and animations. Simplify complex scientific theories with interactive diagrams and step-by-step simulations. Demonstrate dynamic processes in a unique, thorough and easily understood manner. Multiple-choice quizzes and evaluative exercises cover the entire content of the course. Science – Graham Bray videos Graham Bray has been a teacher for over 30 years and has a Joint Honours Degree in Botany and Zoology, and a PhD in Biological Sciences. He was one of the first Advanced Skills Teachers in Kent and has recorded complete international GCSE science courses on video from beginning to end. Every video consists of up to 100 detailed Powerpoint slides that provide clear and concise instruction. He has included his own narration over all of the slides, so it’s just like having your own personal teacher sat by your side.