Why teach Working Scientifically? Ofsted It’s official! A one-dimensional content curriculum is not good enough. Ofsted inspectors expect a second...Read more
Material did not download
Time is running out
Activities other than just reading & worksheets help uderstanding much better and increase interest too.
Interesting to read, easy to follow and enjoyable.
Proper Science KS3 Sample material
School learning recently, particularly during and since the covid lockdown, has used little but books & worksheets with few practical or discussion experiences for students. These limited ideas have made the sciences 2D subjects, without relevance to daily activities or uses in everyday situations. This course can incrrease students' participation in the other, essential experiences needed to develop understanding and application oportunities, which can improve student interest in the wider uses of scientific ideas and also involvement in their learning processes.
Using these to look into the propect of purchasing the full Year 7 and 8 curriculum. Really likely propect.
The missing data has now been replaced - thanks J Eyre for the spot!
Finally a textbook as you would expect it! Great to have as additional help not for just student, but also for parents! It explains all subjects in such a meaningful way and with beautiful pictures. Fantastic material, I'm looking forward using it along with my child.
It encourages creative thinking and have both literacy and numeracy skills embedded.
A complete activity that all students could easily relate too. Plenty of discussion points that stretched and enriched the students.
I think the Microplastics activity is well-constructed and emphasizes the dangers inherent in microplastics both for us and the environment. It fits nicely into our Chemistry syllabus and will pep up our coverage of filtration as well as encouraging creative thinking. Not sure we could devote the suggested time to it though.
Really clear to understand, kids would love it.
We used these to help us on our recent Deep Dive review and they helped a lot. One thing that has come back is knowing what they need to know for each concept. We used your Mastery planners but they said that wasn’t detailed enough, I think they were asking for a list like a specification (or even more detailed than that). I wasn’t in the meeting (as I was on a course) so I couldn’t point out the key facts on the planners, nor our list of ‘can do’ statements that I have prepared, but I thought you might want to consider this feedback. To be honest, I suspect that I could have argued it and they’d have been satisfied. Other than that one small point, the feedback for the Mastery Curriculum was VERY positive