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Welcome to Key Stage 2-4 of Science! In this subject you are able to purchase and learn a large variety of in-depth lessons to support you in your learning of Science. You can have access to all Science topics such as Chemistry, Biology and Physics that are targeted for Key Stage 2, 3, and 4. This can be used to support you in your learning and to prepare you for exams or it can be used solely for revision. The topics included in this package are: Chemistry – focusing on the study of matter, periodic table, chemical changes and reactions; Biology – focusing on the science that deals with living things and learning about ecosystems, humans and animals and evolution; Physics – focusing on the science that deals with the nature of matter and energy and learning about states of matter, forces and magnets and sound waves.

This subject includes:

  • All required practical lessons - Science GCSE
  • Biology - Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration (Key Stage 4)
  • Biology - Cells and Enzymes (Key Stage 4)
  • Biology - Diet and Food Molecules (Key Stage 4)
  • Biology - Diseases and Infections (Key Stage 4)
  • Biology - Ecosystems (Key Stage 4)
  • Biology - Genes and Evolution (Key Stage 4)
  • Biology - Lifestyle, Medicine Development and Health (Key Stage 4)
  • Biology - Nerves, Hormones and Homeostasis (Key Stage 4)
  • Biology - Photosynthesis (Key Stage 4)
  • Biology - Transport Systems in Animals and Plants (Key Stage 4)
  • Biology (Key Stage 2)
  • Biology (Key Stage 3)
  • Biology (Key Stage 4)
  • Chemistry - Acids, Alkalis, Bases and pH (Key Stage 4)
  • Chemistry - Atoms, Elements and the Periodic Table (Key Stage 4)
  • Chemistry - Chemical Analysis (Key Stage 4)
  • Chemistry - Chemical Reactions (Key Stage 4)
  • Chemistry - Chemistry and the Environment (Key Stage 4)
  • Chemistry - Chemistry in Real Life (Key Stage 4)
  • Chemistry - Measuring Energy Changes and Bond Energy (Key Stage 4)
  • Chemistry - Quantitative Chemistry (Key Stage 4)
  • Chemistry - States of Matter and Bonding (Key Stage 4)
  • Chemistry (Key Stage 2)
  • Chemistry (Key Stage 3)
  • Chemistry (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics - Atom Structure (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics - Current and DC electricity (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics - Energy (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics - Force Calculations (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics - Forces and Motion (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics - Magnetism and Electromagnetism (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics - Space Physics - Observing Space (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics - Space Physics - The Solar System (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics - The structure of Matter (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics - Waves and the EM spectrum (Key Stage 4)
  • Physics (Key Stage 1)
  • Physics (Key Stage 2)
  • Physics (Key Stage 3)
  • Physics (Key Stage 4)

This subject and topic includes the following lessons

Acceleration - Required Practical (KS4)

This lesson is a required practical for acceleration 

 

15/07/2021

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Acceleration (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "Forces and motion" series, which covers speed, velocity, acceleration, braking distance and Newtons laws. Looking at acceleration as a change in velocity. This lesson presents acceleration in both quantitative and graphical terms.

08/10/2020

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Acid and pH (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Chemical Changes" which covers the reactions of acids, including neutralisation and making salts, electrolysis, balancing equations and empirical formulae. This lesson looks at the relationship between hydrogen ion concentration and acidity as well as explaining the pH scale in terms of hydrogen ion concentration.

24/09/2020

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Acids with Carbonates (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Chemical Changes" which covers the reactions of acids, including neutralisation and making salts, electrolysis, balancing equations and empirical formulae. This lesson looks at the reaction between acids and metal carbonates to produce a metal salt, carbon dioxide and water.

24/09/2020

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Acids with Metals (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Chemical Changes" which covers the reactions of acids, including neutralisation and making salts, electrolysis, balancing equations and empirical formulae. This lesson looks at the reaction between acids and metals and the products produced.

24/09/2020

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Adaptation and Competition (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Evolution, Inheritance and Variation series of lessons, which looks at how species change over time, how features are inherited and what happens when things go wrong. With a description of how are understanding of this field is developing a range of new bio technologies. This lesson looks at the adaptations that enable organisms to compete with one another effectively.

22/09/2020

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Aerobic Respiration (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Cell Biology series this lesson looks at the process of obtaining energy by reacting glucose with oxygen. Both word and formula equations are used to describe the reaction and ATP is introduced as an energy carrying molecule. Other lessons in the series compare prokaryote cells to eukaryote cells and look in detail at the components of cells and how cells are adapted for particular roles. This series also looks the biological molecules involved processes within the cell.

22/09/2020

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Alkanes (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons looking at the different types of chemical bonds and how these influence the structure and behavior of matter. This lesson looks at the structure and naming of Alkanes the first group of long chain hydrocarbons extracted from crude oil.

24/09/2020

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Alkenes (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons looking at the different types of chemical bonds and how these influence the structure and behavior of matter. This lesson looks at the group of long chain hydrocarbons with carbon - carbon double bonds.

24/09/2020

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Allotropes of Carbon (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons looking at the different types of chemical bonds and how these influence the structure and behavior of matter. This lesson looks at the different arrangements of atoms that create different forms of carbon with very different properties.

24/09/2020

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Anaerobic Respiration (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Cell Biology series, this lesson outlines the processes of anaerobic respiration in animals and fermentation in yeast. The concept of oxygen debt is discussed and the commercial uses of fermentation are considered. Other lessons in the series compare prokaryote cells to eukaryote cells and look in detail at the components of cells and how cells are adapted for particular roles. This series also looks at the important biochemical processes that take place in cells as well as the biological molecules involved in them.

22/09/2020

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Animal Life Cycles (Key Stage 2)

Part of the lesson series Living things and their habitats which covers classifying organisms, feeding relationships, digestion and the impact of changes in the environment. This lessons examines the differences between animal life cycles.

15/10/2020

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Animals Around Us - Episode 1 - Birds (Key Stage 2)

Episode 1 of looking at animals around us, focusing on birds in particular. This lesson is a part of the Humans & Animals series for Key Stage 2 biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Animals around us focussing on mammals, reptiles, and fish.

26/03/2021

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Animals Around Us - Episode 2 - Mammals (Key stage 2)

Episode 2 of looking at animals around us, focusing on mammals in particular. This lesson is a part of the Humans & Animals series for Key Stage 2 biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Animals around us focusing on birds, reptiles, and fish, The human life cycle, the circulatory system, and the impact of lifestyle on human health.

26/03/2021

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Animals Around Us - Episode 3 - Fish (Key Stage 2)

An episode of looking at animals around us, focusing on Fish in particular. This lesson is a part of the Humans & Animals series for Key Stage 2 biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Animals around us focusing on birds, reptiles and fish, The human life cycle, the circulatory system and impact of lifestyle on human health.

26/03/2021

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Animals Around Us - Episode 4 - Amphibians (Key Stage 2)

A detailed look at animals around us, in particular amphibians. This lesson is a part of the Humans & Animals series for Key Stage 2 biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Animals around us focusing on birds, reptiles and fish, The human life cycle, the circulatory system and impact of lifestyle on human health.

26/03/2021

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Animals Around Us - Episode 5 - Reptiles (Key Stage 2)

Episode 5 on looking at animals around us, in particular reptiles. This lesson is a part of the Humans & Animals series for Key Stage 2 biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Animals around us focusing on birds, reptiles and fish, The human life cycle, the circulatory system and impact of lifestyle on human health.

26/03/2021

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Atomic Structure and Periodic Table Exam Practice (Key Stage 4)

In this lesson, we are testing our knowledge on Atomic Structure and Periodic Table! 

17/08/2021

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Atoms (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons examining the structure of the atom, how this relates to the periodic table and the development of the nuclear model of atomic structure. This lesson looks at the detailed structure of the atom, the particles it contains and their properties.

23/09/2020

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Balancing Equations (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Chemical Changes" which covers the reactions of acids, including neutralisation and making salts, electrolysis, balancing equations and empirical formulae. This lesson is a quick guide to how to balance an equation and include state symbols.

24/09/2020

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Bark Rubbing (Key Stage 2)

An in-depth video lesson investigating tree bark. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series for Key Stage 2 Biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Introduction to Field Investigation, Planting Bulbs, Glasses and Magnifying Glass, Leaf Rubbing, and others.

26/03/2021

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Biological Molecules (Key Stage 4)

As part of the Cell Biology series this lesson examines the structures of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and nucleic acids. and how the structure of these biological molecules relates to their functions. Other lessons in the series compare prokaryote cells to eukaryote cells and look in detail at the components of cells and how cells are adapted for particular roles.

22/09/2020

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Braking Distance (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "Forces and motion" series, which covers speed, velocity, acceleration, braking distance and Newtons laws. Looking at acceleration as a change in velocity. This lesson investigates the factors that influence the distance it takes vehicles to stop in an emergency.

08/10/2020

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Bulbs, Snowdrops and Daffodils (Key Stage 2)

A real-life, detailed demonstration lesson for bulbs, snowdrops, and daffodils. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series for Key Stage 2 Biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Introduction to Field Investigation, Planting Bulbs, Glasses and Magnifying Glass, Leaf Rubbing, and others.

25/03/2021

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Catkin and Other (Key Stage 2)

In this lesson, we are investigating trees and especially focusing on catkin. A catkin is something that grows from branches of trees. It carries pollen and is the part where pollen ends up fertilising to make new seeds. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series alongside other lessons such as Plant Identification, Blossoms and Buds, Daffodil Dissection, Pond Dipping, and more! 

29/06/2021

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Cell Specialisation (Key Stage 4)

A lesson from the Cell Biology series, this lesson looks at how both plant and animal cells are highly modified to perform specialised functions. Other lessons in the series compare prokaryote cells to eukaryote cells and look in detail at the components of cells. This series also looks the important biochemical processes that take place in cells as well as the biological molecules involved in them.

22/09/2020

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Changes of State (Key Stage 2)

Part of the "states of matter" series of lessons which includes solids liquids and gases, changes of state, chemical change and the water cycle. This lesson looks at how gaining and loosing heat energy causes substances to change state.

22/10/2020

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Changes of State (Key Stage 4)

Part of series of lessons looking at the different types of chemical bonds and how these influence the structure and behavior of matter. This lesson is a closer look at how the bonds between particles interact with energy when changes of state take place.

24/09/2020

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Changing How Components Function (Key Stage 2)

This lesson is a part of the Electricity topic and we are looking at the change of electrical components function

11/05/2021

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Characteristics Practical (Key Stage 4)

In this lesson, we are learning about the relationship between potential differences and current for a range of components. 

07/07/2021

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Charge and Power (Key Stage 4)

As part of a series of lessons on electricity covering voltage, current and resistance, circuit diagrams, the properties of multiple resistors, charge, power and domestic electricity. This lesson explains the relationship between charge and power and demonstrates how to calculate power.

22/10/2020

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Chemical Changes (Key Stage 2)

This lesson is a part of the "states of matter" series which includes solids liquids and gases, changes of state, chemical change, and the water cycle. This lesson looks at a range of chemical changes and compares them with changes of stater.

13/04/2021

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Chemical Energy (Key Stage 3)

A lesson explaining physical changes and chemical energy, including a real-life demonstration on how acid reacts to baking soda. This lesson is a part of the Reactions series alongside other Chemistry key stage 3 lessons such as - Acids and Alkalis and Types of Reaction.

26/11/2020

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Chromatograph - Required Practical (KS4)

This lesson is a required practical for chromatography. 

14/07/2021

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Circuit Diagrams (Key Stage 4)

As part of a series of lessons on electricity covering voltage, current and resistance, circuit diagrams, the properties of multiple resistors, charge, power and domestic electricity. This lesson looks at circuit symbols and their use in circuit diagrams.

22/10/2020

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Classifying Organisms (Key Stage 2)

Part of the lesson series Living things and their habitats which covers classifying organisms, feeding relationships, digestion and the impact of changes in the environment. This lesson looks at grouping organisms into phylogenetic groupings and using keys to identify organisms.

22/10/2020

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Cloning (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Evolution, Inheritance and Variation series of lessons, which looks at how species change over time, how features are inherited and what happens when things go wrong. With a description of how are understanding of this field is developing a range of new bio technologies. This lesson looks at how we can clone useful plants and animals for both medical and food applications.

23/09/2020

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Collecting Leaves (Key Stage 2)

An in-depth video lesson on collecting tree leaves and investigating them. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series for Key Stage 2 Biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Introduction to Field Investigation, Planting Bulbs, Glasses and Magnifying Glass, Leaf Rubbing, and others.

26/03/2021

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Contact Forces (Key Stage 3)

A look at balanced and unbalanced forces, introduction to Hooke's law, and direct proportionality. This lesson is a part of Forces series alongside Gravity, Speed, and Non-contact forces.

27/10/2020

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Contact Forces (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Forces" which includes both contact and non contact forces, power, fluid pressure elastic deformation and vectors. This lesson looks at contact forces and balanced / unbalanced forces as an introduction to Newtons laws.

25/09/2020

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Covalent Bonding (Key Stage 4)

Part of series of lessons looking at the different types of chemical bonds and how these influence the structure and behavior of matter. This lesson looks at how the sharing of valency electrons allows atoms to form covalent bonds.

24/09/2020

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Current (Key Stage 3)

This lesson introduces the concept of current and how it is measured. This lesson is a part of an Electromagnets series which contains more lessons about electromagnets for key stage 3, such as - Magnetism, Current, and Electromagnets.

27/10/2020

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Cystic Fibrosis (ks4)

A look at Cystic Fibrosis

31/03/2021

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Daffodil Dissection (Key Stage 2)

In this lesson, we are looking at daffodil dissection. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series, alongside other related lessons such as Plant Identification, Blossoms and Buds, Leaf Rubbing, Silver Birch vs Sycamore Sketch and more! 

28/06/2021

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Defence Against Pathogens (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons looking at the nature and causes of disease. How the body defends itself and new medicines are developed. This lesson takes a closer look at body systems that prevent the entry of pathogens and eliminate them if they are able to enter.

22/09/2020

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Density - Required Practical (KS4)

This lesson is a required practical for density.

16/07/2021

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Density (Key Stage 4)

Part of a lesson series covering states of matter, density specific heat capacity and specific latent heat as well as Boyle's law. This lesson explains the concept of density in terms of the particle model, including a quantitative approach to density.

16/10/2020

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Developing New Medicines (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons looking at the nature and causes of disease. How the body defends itself and new medicines are developed. This lesson takes an in depth look at the process of drug development the safety procedures involved including what can go wrong.

22/09/2020

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Development of the Nuclear Model (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons examining the structure of the atom, how this relates to the periodic table and the development of the nuclear model of atomic structure. This lesson takes a historical look at how our understanding of atomic structure has changed over time.

24/09/2020

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Development of the Nuclear Model of the Atom (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "atomic structure" series of lessons, which cover atomic structure, ionisation and electron energies, isotopes, radioactive decay and emissions Nuclear fission and fusion and the properties and hazards of different types of radiation. This lesson looks at how our understanding of the structure of the atom has developed throughout history.

22/10/2020

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Different Rocks (Key Stage 2)

Part of a lesson series on "Rocks" covering types of rocks, fossils and the structure of soil. This lesson explains how the main types of rock are formed and how they can be identified.

14/10/2020

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Diffusion (Key Stage 3)

A look at what is meant by diffusion, and how it works. This lesson is a part of the Matter series, alongside other Chemistry lessons such as - Atoms and Elements, Periodic table, Particle model, and Separating mixtures.

31/03/2021

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DNA (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Evolution, Inheritance and Variation series of lessons, which looks at how species change over time, how features are inherited and what happens when things go wrong. With a description of how are understanding of this field is developing a range of new bio technologies. This lesson describes how our genetic information is encoded by DNA.

23/09/2020

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Domestic Electricity (Key Stage 4)

As part of a series of lessons on electricity covering voltage, current and resistance, circuit diagrams, the properties of multiple resistors, charge, power and domestic electricity. Looking at domestic electricity, wiring colour codes, safety features alternating current.

22/10/2020

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Drawing Sycamore (Key Stage 2)

A detailed video lesson on how to identify a sycamore tree and how to draw it. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series for Key Stage 2 Biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Introduction to Field Investigation, Planting Bulbs, Glasses, and Magnifying Glass, Leaf Rubbing, and others.

26/03/2021

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Efficiency (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "energy" series of lessons which deal with power, efficiency, types of energy and energy resources. This lesson introduces the concept of efficiency and how we can calculate the percentage efficiency of a machine using a Sankey diagram.

25/09/2020

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Elastic Deformation (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Forces" which includes both contact and non contact forces, power, fluid pressure elastic deformation and vectors. A quantitative look at how forces interact with elastic objects, including the application of Hooke's law.

08/10/2020

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Electrical Circuits (Key Stage 2)

Part of the electricity series which includes electrical circuits, circuit symbols, conductors insulators and how components function. This lesson looks at electrons and how they flow around a circuit carrying energy.

22/10/2020

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Electricity at Home (Key Stage 2)

Part of the electricity series which includes electrical circuits, circuit symbols, conductors insulators and how components function. This lesson looks at how electrical circuits are constructed, how mains plugs are wired using a colour code and what each of the wires are for.

19/10/2020

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Electrolysis (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Chemical Changes" which covers the reactions of acids, including neutralisation and making salts, electrolysis, balancing equations and empirical formulae. This lesson looks at electrolysis and the behaviour of ions at the electrodes. The need for substances to be molten or in solution is considered in terms of ion mobility and the reactivity of metals and hydrogen.

24/09/2020

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Electrolysis Practical (Key Stage 4)

In this lesson, we are looking at the stages of electrolysis 

08/07/2021

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Electromagnetic Spectrum (Key Stage 4)

Part of a lesson sequence that includes the properties of waves, reflection and refraction and the nature of electromagnetic radiation. This lesson takes an in depth look at the properties and uses of electromagnetic waves.

09/10/2020

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Electromagnets (Key Stage 3)

Looking at the magnetic effect of current, solenoids, electromagnets, and factors that affect the strength of an electromagnet. This lesson is a part of the Electromagnets series, alongside other lessons such as - Magnetism, Current and Voltage and Resistance.

27/10/2020

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Electrons (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons examining the structure of the atom, how this relates to the periodic table and the development of the nuclear model of atomic structure. This lesson gives us a close look at the arrangement of electrons in the atom, and how this relates to the proton number of the element and some of it's properties..

23/09/2020

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Electrons and Ionisation (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "atomic structure" series of lessons, which cover atomic structure, ionisation and electron energies, isotopes, radioactive decay and emissions Nuclear fission and fusion and the properties and hazards of different types of radiation. This lesson emission and absorption spectra in terms of how electrons can be ionised and how to calculate ionisation energy.

16/10/2020

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Energy resources (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "energy" series of lessons which deal with power, efficiency, types of energy and energy resources. This lesson takes a close look at the range of energy sources we use and the environmental impact of energy production.

25/09/2020

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Energy Transfer (Key Stage 3)

Looking at energy stores, energy transfer diagrams, and sankey diagrams. This lesson is a part of the Energy series for Physics, and it includes many other lessons such as - Energy costs, Work, and Heating and Cooling.

30/10/2020

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Energy Transfer (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "energy" series of lessons which deal with power, efficiency, types of energy and energy resources. This lesson looks closely at converting energy from one form to another and the use of energy transfer diagrams to describe these transformations.

25/09/2020

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Enthalpy Changes (Key Stage 4)

In this lesson, we are looking at enthalpy changes in chemical reactions for higher-tier GCSE Chemistry.

16/08/2021

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Enzymes (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Cell Biology series, This lesson cover enzymes. What they do, their structure and how they function (lock and key theory). Other lessons in the series compare prokaryote cells to eukaryote cells and look in detail at the components of cells and how cells are adapted for particular roles. This series also looks other biochemical processes that take place in cells as well as the biological molecules involved in them.

22/09/2020

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Enzymes Practical (Key Stage 4)

In this lesson, we are looking at the effect of pH on enzyme activity. 

06/07/2021

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Eukaryotes (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Cell Biology series. This lesson looks at the structures inside eukaryotic cells highlighting the differences between plants and animals. Other lessons in the series look in detail at the components of cells and how cells are adapted for particular roles. This series also looks the important biochemical processes that take place in cells as well as the biological molecules involved in them.

25/09/2020

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Evolution (Key Stage 2)

Part of a lesson series on "evolution". which deals with how natural variations in organisms can lead to long term changes which eventually lead to new species. This lesson looks at the fossil evidence for evolution.

16/10/2020

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Extraction of Metals (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Chemical and allied industries" which deals with the industrial extraction of raw materials. This lesson looks at the range of methods used to extract different metals from their ores.

25/09/2020

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Fighting Infections (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons looking at the nature and causes of disease. How the body defends itself and new medicines are developed. This lesson takes a look at the development of modern medical techniques for dealing with infectious diseases.

22/09/2020

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Fission, Fusion and Stars (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "atomic structure" series of lessons, which cover atomic structure, ionisation and electron energies, isotopes, radioactive decay and emissions Nuclear fission and fusion and the properties and hazards of different types of radiation. This lesson outlines the processes of fission and fusion. It also looks at how stars are powered by fusion and gradually build up all of the heavier elements starting from hydrogen.

16/10/2020

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Food Tests - Required Practical (KS4)

This lesson is a required practical for food tests. 

14/07/2021

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Forces and Extension Practical (Key Stage 4)

In this lesson, we are investigating the relationship between the force applied to a spring and its extension using Hook's law. 

08/07/2021

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Forces and Friction (Key Stage 2)

Part of a series of lesson on "forces and magnets" which includes contact and non - contact forces and a close look at magnetism. This lesson describes push forces, pull forces and the effects of friction.

13/10/2020

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Forces as Vectors (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Forces" which includes both contact and non contact forces, power, fluid pressure elastic deformation and vectors. This lesson Discusses the differences between scalar, vector quantities and how we calculate the resultant force.

25/09/2020

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Fossils (Key Stage 2)

Part of a lesson series on "Rocks" covering types of rocks, fossils and the structure of soil This lesson looks at what fossils are and how they are formed.

19/10/2020

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Fractional Distillation of Crude Oil (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Chemical and allied industries" which deals with the industrial extraction of raw materials. This lesson looks at the extraction of petroleum products from crude oil.

25/09/2020

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Functions of Cell Components (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Cell Biology series, this lesson looks at some of the key cell components and what they do within the cell. Other lessons in the series compare prokaryote cells to eukaryote cells and look in detail at how cells are adapted for particular roles. This series also looks the important biochemical processes that take place in cells as well as the biological molecules involved in them.

22/09/2020

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Gases (Key Stage 1)

In this lesson, we are looking at different gases and the uses of gases. 

27/07/2021

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Glasses and Magnifying Glass (Key Stage 2)

A detailed video lesson on glasses and magnifying glass. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series for Key Stage 2 Biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Introduction to Field Investigation, Planting Bulbs, Tree Identification, Leaf Rubbing, and others.

26/03/2021

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Gravity (Key stage 3)

A look at gravity, its relationship to mass, and distance. This lesson is a part of the forces series alongside multiple other Key stage 3 physics lessons such as - Speed, Gravity, and Pressure.

27/10/2020

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Group 1 Elements (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons examining the structure of the atom, how this relates to the periodic table and the development of the nuclear model of atomic structure. This lesson gives us a close look at the reactions of group one elements, relating their reactivity to electron arrangement.

24/09/2020

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Group 7 Elements (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons examining the structure of the atom, how this relates to the periodic table and the development of the nuclear model of atomic structure. This lesson gives us a close look at the properties of group 7 elements, and relates their chemistry to their electron arrangement.

24/09/2020

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Heating and Cooling (Key Stage 3)

A look at conduction, convection, and radiation in Science. This lesson is included in the Energy series for key stage 3 where you can find lessons about energy transfer, energy costs, and work.

30/10/2020

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Helicopter (Key Stage 2)

A detailed video lesson on helicopter tree leaves and how to find them. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series for Key Stage 2 Biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Introduction to Field Investigation, Planting Bulbs, Glasses, and Magnifying Glass, Leaf Rubbing, and others.

26/03/2021

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Homeostasis (Key Stage 4)

As part of the series "Coordination and control", which looks at the systems that regulate and control how the body functions. this lesson takes a close look at the process of homeostasis and how it hormones regulate all aspects of the internal environment of the body.

19/10/2020

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Human Life Cycle (Key Stage 2)

Part of the lesson series "Humans and Animals" This lesson looks at the human life cycle and the processes involved.

14/10/2020

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Identifying a Specific Plant (Key Stage 2)

In this lesson, we are learning how to identify different plants. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series, alongside other related lessons such as Tree Identification, Collecting Leaves, Planting Bulbs, and many more! 

28/06/2021

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Identifying Organisms (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "Ecosystems" series which investigates the relationships between organisms and the cycling of energy and materials through the living world, including the impact of human activity on these systems. This lesson looks at the classification of organisms and how we use classification systems to to identify organisms.

22/09/2020

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Impact of Lifestyle on Health (Key Stage 2)

A lesson looking at how environmental factors and personal choices impact overall health and specific organ systems. This lesson is a part of the Humans & Animals series for Key Stage 2 biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Animals around us focusing on birds, reptiles and fish, The human life cycle, the circulatory system and impact of lifestyle on human health.

16/10/2020

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Inheritance (Key Stage 3)

Part of the "Genes" series of lessons which cover reproduction, inheritance, natural selection, variation and reproduction. This lesson looks at the discovery of DNA, describing it's structure in relation to it's function. It then moves on to the location of DNA within the cell and briefly outlines the process of inheritance.

26/03/2021

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Inheritance (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Evolution, Inheritance and Variation series of lessons, which looks at how species change over time, how features are inherited and what happens when things go wrong. With a description of how are understanding of this field is developing a range of new bio technologies. This lesson looks closely at Mendel's rules of inheritance and demonstrates a range of example genetic crosses.

23/09/2020

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Introduction to Field Investigation (Key Stage 2)

A detailed video lesson on field investigation. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series for Key Stage 2 Biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Bulbs, Snowdrops and Daffodils, Planting Bulbs, Glasses and Magnifying Glass, Leaf Rubbing, and others.

25/03/2021

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Introduction to Field Investigation 2 (Key Stage 2)

An introduction to Field Investigation. This video is a part of the Field Investigation series alongside other lessons on this topic such as Plant Identification, Blossoms and Buds, Pond Dipping, Silver Birch vs Sycamore Sketch and many more! 

28/06/2021

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Ions and Valency (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons examining the structure of the atom, how this relates to the periodic table and the development of the nuclear model of atomic structure. This lesson explains how atoms form ions by either losing or gaining electrons from their outer shell.

23/09/2020

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Leaf Rubbing

A look at different tree leaves.

26/03/2021

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Magnetic Materials (Key Stage 2)

Part of a series of lesson on "forces and magnets" which includes contact and non - contact forces and a close look at magnetism. This lesson Introduces the concept that some materials are magnetic and others are not.

13/10/2020

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Magnetism (Key Stage 2)

Part of a series of lesson on "forces and magnets" which includes contact and non - contact forces and a close look at magnetism. This lesson takes a close look at magnets and the force of magnetism.

13/10/2020

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Magnetism (Key Stage 3)

A look at the force of magnetism the shape of the field around a magnet and how we measure this, including the earths magnetic field. This lesson is a part of an Electromagnets series which contains more lessons about electromagnets for key stage 3, such as - Magnetism, Current, and Electromagnets.

23/04/2021

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Making and Understanding Sound (Key Stage 2)

Looking at sound as vibrations in the air, musical instruments and how they make sounds.

22/10/2020

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Material Cycling (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "Ecosystems" series which investigates the relationships between organisms and the cycling of energy and materials through the living world, including the impact of human activity on these systems. This lesson looks at the cycles of nutrients in ecosystems, with emphasis on both the carbon and water cycles.

22/09/2020

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Meadow Plants (Key Stage 2)

In this lesson, we are taking a detailed look at different types of meadow plants and how to identify them. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series, alongside other related lessons such as Tree Identification, Collecting Leaves, Planting Bulbs, and many more!

28/06/2021

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Measurement of Energy Changes (Key Stage 4)

This series " energy changes in chemistry" describes the relationship between chemical reactions and energy changes. This lesson takes a closer look at exothermic and endothermic reactions, some examples and a discussion on the making and breaking of bonds in relation to energy.

26/10/2020

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Melting, Evaporating and Subliming (Key Stage 4)

Part of a lesson series covering states of matter, density specific heat capacity and specific latent heat as well as Boyle's law. This lesson looks at changes of state in depth and how cooling curves can show what is happening at the particle level.

22/10/2020

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Metallic Bonding (Key Stage 4)

Part of series of lessons looking at the different types of chemical bonds and how these influence the structure and behavior of matter. This lesson is a discussion on how the sharing of free electrons explains many of the properties of metals.

24/09/2020

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Metals and Non Metals (Key Stage 3)

Part of a series of lessons looking at chemical reactions including acids, alkalis, metals and non - metals, types of reaction and chemical energy. This lesson looks at the difference between metals and non - metals, the reactivity series for metals and covers some of the more common reactions of familiar metals.

23/04/2021

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Mindfulness Clip (Key Stage 2)

In this lesson, we are taking a mindful journey and trying to relax by doing breathing exercises, listening to nature sounds, birds chirping, and stretching. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series, alongside other related lessons such as Identifying a Specific Plant, Plant Identification, Blossoms and Buds, Bark Rubbing and more! 

28/06/2021

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Mitosis (Key Stage 4)

This lessons describes the stages of mitosis, the process by which cells divide and reproduce. Part of the Cell Biology series, other lessons in the series compare prokaryote cells to eukaryote cells and look in detail at the components of cells and how cells are adapted for particular roles. This series also looks the important biochemical processes that take place in cells as well as the biological molecules involved in them.

22/09/2020

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Natural Selection (Key Stage 3)

Part of the "Genes" series of lessons covers reproduction, inheritance, natural selection, variation, and reproduction. This lesson explains the mechanism of natural selection and how it leads to the evolution of new species, examples are used to illustrate the process of natural selection over time.

31/03/2021

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Nervous System (Key Stage 4)

Part of the series "Coordination and control", which looks at the systems that regulate and control how the body functions. This lesson looks closely at the nervous system and how it controls our movements.

19/10/2020

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Neutralisation (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Chemical Changes" which covers the reactions of acids, including neutralisation and making salts, electrolysis, balancing equations and empirical formulae. This lesson looks at how we can use abase or an alkali to neutralise an acid.

24/09/2020

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Newton's Laws (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "Forces and motion" series, which covers speed, velocity, acceleration, braking distance and Newton's laws. Looking at acceleration as a change in velocity. This lesson takes an in depth at Newton's laws of motion and how they relate the movement of objects to their properties and the forces acting upon them.

08/10/2020

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Non Contact Forces (Key Stage 3)

Part of the "forces" series of lessons which cover speed, gravity, contact forces, pressure and non - contact forces. This lessons looks at the non - contact forces of Gravity, magnetism and electrostatic force together highlighting the similarities between them.

23/03/2021

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Non Contact Forces (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Forces" which includes both contact and non contact forces, power, fluid pressure elastic deformation and vectors. This lesson looks at the non contact forces of magnetism, electrostatic force, gravity and weight, including factors that determine the strength of these forces.

25/09/2020

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Non-Communicable Diseases - Episode 1 (Key Stage 4)

Most deaths in modern times are caused by medical conditions that are a result of our lifestyle, they are not caused by infections by pathogens. Part of a series of lessons looking at the nature and causes of disease. How the body defends itself and new medicines are developed.

22/09/2020

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Non-Communicable Diseases - Episode 2 (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons looking at the nature and causes of disease. How the body defends itself and new medicines are developed. Practice questions about specific non-communicable Diseases and their causes.

22/09/2020

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Osmosis - Episode 1 (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons dealing with how essential substances are transported in living systems. This lesson is an explanation of how osmosis takes place as a special case of diffusion involving the movement of water.

22/09/2020

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Osmosis - Episode 2 (Key Stage 4)

A simple experiment that can be performed in the kitchen to show that osmosis has taken place.

22/09/2020

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Osmosis Investigation - Episode 1 (Key Stage 4)

A simple experiment that can be performed in the kitchen to show that osmosis has taken place, this lesson is a look at the required practical for Osmosis and how to interpret the results.

22/09/2020

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Osmosis investigation - Episode 2 (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons looking at how living organisms transport essential substances into, out of and around their bodies. How to tackle exam questions that are based on the Osmosis investigation.

22/09/2020

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Particle Model (Key Stage 3)

A lesson explaining a particle model that is used to describe the behaviour of matter. This lesson is a part of the Matter series alongside other Chemistry lessons such as - Atoms and Elements, Periodic table, Diffusion and Separating mixtures.

22/04/2021

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Pathogens

Part of a series of lessons looking at the nature and causes of disease. How the body defends itself and how medicines are developed. This lesson takes a closer look at the four groups of microorganisms that can cause disease.

22/09/2020

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Periodic Table (Key Stage 3)

A lesson explaining the Periodic table - what it is and how it's used. This lesson is a part of the Matter series alongside other Chemistry lessons such as - Atoms and Elements, Particle model, Diffusion and Separating mixtures.

06/04/2021

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Permanent Magnets (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons covering magnetism the interaction between electricity and magnetism and implementation of these concepts in the national grid. This lesson looks at the field around a bar magnet, it's shape, properties and how we can visualise it.

22/10/2020

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Photosynthesis (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series on Photosynthesis, This lesson looks at how plants use solar energy to make glucose, and how this glucose is converted into other structural and storage molecules.

22/09/2020

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Plant Bulbs (Key Stage 2)

A detailed video demonstration on plant bulbs. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series for Key Stage 2 Biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Introduction to Field Investigation, Drawing Sycamore, Glasses, and Magnifying Glass, Leaf Rubbing, and others.

25/03/2021

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Plant Identification, Blossoms and Buds (Key Stage 2)

In this lesson, we are looking at different plants that grow in the spring season. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series, alongside other related lessons such as Tree Identification, Collecting Leaves, Planting Bulbs, and many more!

28/06/2021

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Planting Bulbs (Key Stage 2)

A detailed video lesson on planting plant bulbs

26/03/2021

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Polydactyly (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Evolution, Inheritance and Variation series of lessons, which looks at how species change over time, how features are inherited and what happens when things go wrong. With a description of how are understanding of this field is developing a range of new bio technologies. In this lesson we discover that Polydactyly is inherited as the result of a dominant allele.

23/09/2020

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Pond Dipping 1 (Key Stage 2)

In this video, we are looking at Pond Dipping. This lesson includes a live demonstration of pond dipping and the tools that should be used when doing this. 

29/06/2021

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Pond Dipping 2 (Key Stage 2)

In this video, we are looking at Pond Dipping. This lesson includes a live demonstration of pond dipping and the tools that should be used when doing this. 

29/06/2021

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Pond Dipping 3 - Settle (Key Stage 2)

Part three of looking at Pond Dipping. This lesson includes a live demonstration of pond dipping and the tools that should be used when doing this. 

29/06/2021

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Pond Dipping 4 - Tally (Key Stage 2)

A final look at Pond Dipping. This lesson includes a live demonstration of pond dipping and the tools that should be used when doing this. 

29/06/2021

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Potable Water (Key Stage 4)

Part of the series " Earth and atmospheric science" which deals with Changes in the atmosphere, climate change, potable water and pollution. This lesson looks at all of the processes involved in water treatment, including the production of potable "drinking" water and the safe treatment of waste water.

05/02/2021

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Power (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "energy" series of lessons which deal with power, efficiency, types of energy and energy resources. This lesson looks at the concept of power as the rate of energy transfer and introduces the concept of work done.

25/09/2020

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Pressure in Fluids (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series "Forces" which includes both contact and non contact forces, power, fluid pressure elastic deformation and vectors. This lesson looks quantitatively at pressure in air and water as well as considering buoyancy as a resultant force induced by pressure differences.

25/09/2020

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Pressure in Gases -Boyle's Law (Key Stage 4)

Part of a lesson series covering states of matter, density specific heat capacity and specific latent heat as well as Boyle's law. This lesson provides a quantitative treatment of pressure in gasses in the form of Boyle's law. The relationship between temperature and pressure in a gas is also covered.

16/10/2020

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Prokaryote Differences (Key Stage 4)

As part of the Cell Biology series, this lessons looks at the features of prokaryotic cells and how they differ from the more familiar eukaryotic cells. Other lessons in the series compare prokaryote cells to eukaryote cells and look in detail at the components of cells and how cells are adapted for particular roles. This series also looks the important biochemical processes that take place in cells as well as the biological molecules involved in them.

22/09/2020

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Properties: Uses and Hazards of Radiation (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "atomic structure" series of lessons, which cover atomic structure, ionisation and electron energies, isotopes, radioactive decay and emissions Nuclear fission and fusion and the properties and hazards of different types of radiation. This lesson looks at how we use radiation, in industry and medicine, the risks of exposure to radiation and how to protect against them.

16/10/2020

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Pure Substances (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "Chemical analysis" lesson series which addresses separation methods, pure substances, concentrations and molarity. This lesson looks at how to tell if a sample is of a single pure substance or a mixture of substances.

25/09/2020

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Radiation and Absorption (Key Stage 4)

In this lesson, we are learning how we can measure how the colour of a surface affects its ability to radiate infrared using the Leslie cube and an infrared detector. 

06/07/2021

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Radioactive Decay (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "atomic structure" series of lessons, which cover atomic structure, ionisation and electron energies, isotopes, radioactive decay and emissions Nuclear fission and fusion and the properties and hazards of different types of radiation. This lesson looks radioactive decay by particle emission and how this causes the transmutation of elements, It also introduces the concept of the half life of radioactive atoms.

16/10/2020

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Rates of Reaction (Key Stage 4)

As part of the series " Rate and extent of chemical change" which describes the factors that determine the rate of a chemical reaction and a discussion of reversible reactions and equilibria This lesson looks at the factors that determine the rate of a chemical reaction.

25/09/2020

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Rates of Reaction (ks4)

In this lesson, we are looking at what happens when sodium thiosulphate reacts with hydrochloric acid. 

06/07/2021

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Reaction Profiles (Key Stage 4)

Part of the series " energy changes in chemistry" describes the relationship between chemical reactions and energy changes. This lesson describes the link between the energy in chemical bonds and energy produced or absorbed by chemical reactions..

24/09/2020

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Reaction Times - Required Practical (KS4)

This lesson is a required practical for reaction times.

 

15/07/2021

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Recreational Drugs (Key Stage 3)

In this lesson we are looking at Recreational Drugs, their types, and their effects on the body if consumed. 

30/06/2021

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Red-Green Colour Blindness (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Evolution, Inheritance and Variation series of lessons, which looks at how species change over time, how features are inherited and what happens when things go wrong. With a description of how are understanding of this field is developing a range of new bio technologies. This lesson looks at how a disorder caused by an allele on the X chromosome can lead to what is known as a sex linked disorder such as Red - Green colour blindness and Haemophilia.

23/09/2020

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Reflection and Refraction (Key Stage 4)

Part of a lesson sequence that includes the properties of waves, reflection and refraction and the nature of electromagnetic radiation. This lesson provides a quantitative look at the reflection and refraction of light and the applications of refraction in lenses and prisms.

09/10/2020

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Relative Atomic Mass (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons examining the structure of the atom, how this relates to the periodic table and the development of the nuclear model of atomic structure. This lesson covers the introduces the concept of relative atomic mass and how it is calculated and the existence of isotopes.

23/09/2020

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Relative Atomic Mass (ks4)

A look at relative atomic mass

31/03/2021

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Reproduction - Episode 1 (Key Stage 3)

Part of the "Genes" series of lessons which cover reproduction, inheritance, natural selection, variation and reproduction. This lesson looks at puberty, then gives an outline of the structure and function of the female and male reproductive systems leading to fertilisation.

26/03/2021

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Reproduction - Episode 2 (Key Stage 3)

Part of the "Genes" series of lessons which cover reproduction, inheritance, natural selection, variation and reproduction. This lesson starts with the structure of the sperm cell then moves on to the development and function of the placenta. The stages of development of the embryo / foetus are outlined followed by the effects of harmful substances that can cross the placenta.

26/03/2021

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Resistance Practical (Key Stage 4)

In this lesson, we are looking at how the length of a wire influences its resistance and using Ohms laws to calculate the resistance. 

07/07/2021

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Resistors in Series and Parallel (Key Stage 4)

As part of a series of lessons on electricity covering voltage, current and resistance, circuit diagrams, the properties of multiple resistors, charge, power and domestic electricity. This lesson looks at calculating the resistance in a circuit with, resistors in series, resistors in parallel, and a combination of the two.

21/10/2020

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Reversible Reactions (Key Stage 4)

As part of the series " Rate and extent of chemical change" which describes the factors that determine the rate of a chemical reaction and a discussion of reversible reactions and equilibria. This lesson looks at how we can change conditions to make some reversible reactions go faster in one direction using the Haber process as an example.

25/09/2020

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River Bank Introduction (Key Stage 2)

In this lesson, we are taking an in-depth look at the river and comparing the flowers and plants you see here to the ones from the meadow and the woodland.

29/06/2021

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Selective Breeding (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Evolution, Inheritance and Variation series of lessons, which looks at how species change over time, how features are inherited and what happens when things go wrong. With a description of how are understanding of this field is developing a range of new bio technologies. This lesson is a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of selective breeding, particularly in the human food supply.

23/09/2020

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Separating Mixtures (Key Stage 2)

Part of a series of lessons "properties and changes in materials" which looks at the process of dissolving and concentration and we can use an understanding of the properties of materials separate mixtures of substances. This lesson takes a closer look at the most common separation techniques used in the laboratory and in industry.

15/10/2020

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Sexual Reproduction (Key Stage 4)

Part of the Evolution, Inheritance and Variation series of lessons, which looks at how species change over time, how features are inherited and what happens when things go wrong. With a description of how are understanding of this field is developing a range of new bio technologies. This lesson is a discussion of how sexual reproduction increases genetic diversity and as such increases the rate of evolution.

23/09/2020

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Silver Birch vs Sycamore Sketch (Key Stage 2)

A detailed video lesson on silver birch vs sycamore Sketch. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series for Key Stage 2 Biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Introduction to Field Investigation, Planting Bulbs, Glasses and Magnifying Glass, Leaf Rubbing, and others.

26/03/2021

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Soil (Ks2)

This lesson is a part of the 'Rocks' series and we are looking at soil - what it is, what it's useful for, and the different types of soil. 

19/07/2021

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Solar System (Key Stage 2)

Looking at the Solar System and the planets within it.

15/10/2020

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Solids, Liquids and Gasses (Key Stage 2)

Part of the "states of matter" series of lessons which includes solids liquids and gases, changes of state, chemical change and the water cycle. This lesson looks at the different states of matter and how the particle model can be used to explain their behaviour.

22/10/2020

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Solutions (Key Stage 2)

Part of a series of lessons "properties and changes in materials" which looks at the process of dissolving and concentration and we can use an understanding of the properties of materials separate mixtures of substances. This lesson looks at the process of dissolving and introduces scientific names for all the components and properties of a solution.

15/10/2020

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Sound (Key Stage 3)

An in-depth lesson on sound waves and vibrations, how they work and behave. This lesson is also included in the Waves series for Key Stage 3 Physics, alongside other lessons for this topic such as - Light, Wave properties and Wave effects.

29/03/2021

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Specific Heat Capacity (Key Stage 4)

Part of a lesson series covering states of matter, density specific heat capacity and specific latent heat as well as Boyle's law. This lesson describes specific heat capacity in both a qualitative and quantitative manner.

16/10/2020

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Specific Heat Capacity Practical (Key Stage 4)

In this lesson, we are looking at specific heat capacity, expressions for energy transfer, and heat capacity of aluminium. 

08/07/2021

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Specific Latent Heat (Key Stage 4)

Part of a lesson series covering states of matter, density specific heat capacity and specific latent heat as well as Boyle's law. This lesson looks at specific latent heat in a qualitative a nd quantitative sense.

22/10/2020

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Speed and Velocity (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "Forces and motion" series, which covers speed, velocity, acceleration, braking distance and Newtons laws. This lesson takes a quantitative look at speed and velocity and highlights the difference between a scalar and a vector quantity.

08/10/2020

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Stars (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lesson entitled "Space physics" which include a description of our solar system, an outline of the life cycle of different types of stars and our knowledge of the expanding universe. This lesson gives a closer look at stars, how they are formed, an outline of the stellar life cycle and an explanation of how all of the elements are produced by fusion at different points in stellar evolution.

22/10/2020

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Structure of the Atom (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "atomic structure" series of lessons, which cover atomic structure, ionisation and electron energies, isotopes, radioactive decay and emissions Nuclear fission and fusion and the properties and hazards of different types of radiation. This lesson looks at the details of atomic structure, relative mass, diameter and the charges of sub atomic particles.

16/10/2020

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Teasels (Key Stage 2)

In this lesson, we are looking at different trees and plants including a demonstration of the plant root, insects and bugs that you may find on trees and plants, and dissection of teasels.

29/06/2021

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Testing Conductors (Key Stage 2)

Part of the electricity series which includes electrical circuits, circuit symbols, conductors insulators and how components function. This lesson Investigates conductors and insulators and looks for differences and similarities between them.

22/10/2020

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The Expanding Universe (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lesson entitled "Space physics" which include a description of our solar system, an outline of the life cycle of different types of stars and our knowledge of the expanding universe. This lesson looks at the age of the universe, evidence for the expansion of the universe and how this supports the big bang.

22/10/2020

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The Rate of Photosynthesis - Required Practical (Key Stage 4)

As part of the "photosynthesis" lesson series. This lesson looks in detail at the required practical 4.4.1.2. investigating how changes in light intensity affect the rate of photosynthesis, and analyses exam style questions relating to this practicle.

22/09/2020

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The Rate of Photosynthesis (Key Stage 4)

As part of the "Photosynthesis" series of lessons, this lesson looks at factors like light intensity, carbon dioxide concentration and temperature, that affect the rate of photosynthesis.

22/09/2020

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The Solar System (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lesson entitled "Space physics" which include a description of our solar system, an outline of the life cycle of different types of stars and our knowledge of the expanding universe. This lesson looks at the nature of our solar system, how it is held together by gravity and the differences between the inner and outer planets.

22/10/2020

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The Water Cycle (Ks2)

Part of the "states of matter" series of lessons which includes solids liquids and gases, changes of state, chemical change and the water cycle. This lesson looks at how water is cycled through the atmosphere by changing state.

22/10/2020

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Transformers and the National Grid (Key Stage 4)

Part of a series of lessons covering magnetism the interaction between electricity and magnetism and implementation of these concepts in the national grid. Looking at electrical transformers, and how this application of the rules of electromagnetism is implemented in the National Grid.

22/10/2020

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Transporting Oxygen (Key Stage 4)

Part of the lesson series Transport "systems" which deals with the systems that ensure essential substances are transported into, out of and around the body. This lesson looks at how the breathing, or ventilation, system works to get oxygen into and carbon dioxide out of the body.

22/09/2020

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Tree Identification (Key Stage 2)

Identifying common trees and how to spot them. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series for Key Stage 2 Biology, alongside other related lessons such as - Introduction to Field Investigation, Planting Bulbs, Glasses and Magnifying Glass, Leaf Rubbing, and others.

26/03/2021

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Types of Energy (Key Stage 4)

Part of the "energy" series of lessons which deal with power, efficiency, types of energy and energy resources. This lesson looks at the range of forms of energy and how we can evaluate them quantitatively.

25/09/2020

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Variation (Key Stage 3)

Part of the "Genes" series of lessons which cover reproduction, inheritance, natural selection, variation and reproduction. This lesson looks at variation and its biological significance as well as using quantitative and graphical methods to highlight the difference between continuous and discontinuous variation.

22/04/2021

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Voltage and Resistance (Key Stage 3)

Looking at the central heating model of current flow and an explanation of voltage and how it is measured. Also looking at what causes resistance and how we calculate resistance. This lesson is a part of an Electromagnets series which contains more lessons about electromagnets for key stage 3, such as - Magnetism, Current, and Electromagnets.

27/10/2020

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Voltage Current and Resistance (Key Stage 4)

As part of a series of lessons on electricity covering voltage, current and resistance, circuit diagrams, the properties of multiple resistors, charge, power and domestic electricity. This lesson uses ohms law to calculate values for resistance.

21/10/2020

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Water Purification - Required Practical (KS4)

This lesson is a required practical for water purification. 

14/07/2021

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Wave Properties (Key Stage 4)

Part of a lesson sequence that includes the properties of waves, reflection and refraction and the nature of electromagnetic radiation. This lesson provides an in depth look at the properties of waves, including labelling the parts of a wave and an introduction of the wave equation.

09/10/2020

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Waves Practical (Key Stage 4)

In this lesson, we are looking at wave equations, the velocity of the waves, and wave speed in a solid. 

08/07/2021

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What Plants Need (Key Stage 2)

A look into what plants need to live.

15/02/2021

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What to do afterwards (Key Stage 2)

In this lesson, we are focusing on what to do after pond dipping such as how to properly clean your tools and your hands. 

29/06/2021

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Woodland Introduction (Key Stage 2)

In this lesson, we are taking a look at different trees growing in the woods. This lesson is a part of the Field Investigation series, alongside other related lessons such as Identifying a Specific Plant, Plant Identification, Blossoms and Buds, Bark Rubbing, and more! 

28/06/2021

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Work (Key Stage 3)

Defining 'work done', learning how to calculate 'work done' and looking at the lever as a simple machine. This lesson is a part of the Energy series for Physics, alongside a selection of other lessons such as - Heating and Cooling, Energy transfer, and Work.

30/10/2020

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