Science

Curriculum documentation

Subject: Science

Subject Lead: Miss C Wilson

Subject Lead’s email: Chelsea.wilson@e-act.org.uk

Teachers: Mr Simon Price, Miss Laura Curley, Mr Rhys Evans, Mr Mat Tonks, Mr Dayo Otunga, Mr Cyrille Solo, Mr Howard Gardener and Ms Marsha Blissett.

Vision: To encourage students to share a passion and love for science that enables them to describe, explain and observe science phenomena. Students to be enriched with knowledge from the three scientific disciplines; biology, chemistry and physics that underpin the functions of the individual, the world and the universe. By exploring knowledge of the three disciplines students will grasp an awareness and understanding of the world in which they live – from the molecular level, organism level through to the environmental level

 

Long Term Plan

Year 7 Aut 1 Aut 2 Spr 1 Spr 2 Sum1 Sum2
Introduction to Science Organisms – Cells Genes – Genes and Variation Earth– Structure and composition

 

Waves – Light Matter–Elements, atoms and compounds
Electricity – Current Electricity – Voltage and resistance Forces – Speed Organisms – Organisation Movement

 

Ecosystems- Plant reproduction Reactions- Metal vs non metals
Structure and function of living organisms – Cells Matter – Particle Model     Matter– Elements, atoms and compounds  Energy – Energy Transfer

 

Year 8 Electricity and electromagnets – Magnetism Forces – Contact forces Organisms – Breathing Organisms – Digestion Ecosystems- Interdependence and Food webs Reactions – Acid and alkalis
Reactions – Properties and Reactions Earth – Resources Matter – Separating mixtures

 

Earth – Universe

 

Energy- Energy costs Waves – Sound
9 Electricity – Electromagnetism Genes- Reproduction Ecosystems- Respiration Ecosystems – Photosynthesis Waves – Wave properties and effects Genes – Evolution
Matter- Atomic structure Reactions- Heating and cooling Forces – Pressure Earth- Earth’s resources Reactions – Chemical energy Earth – Climate
  Reactions – Types of reaction        
10 4.1 Cell biology 5.1 Atomic Structure 4.3 Infection and response

 

4.5 Homeostasis and response

 

5.5 Energy changes 6.4 Atomic structure

 

6.1 Energy

 

5.2 Bonding structure and properties of matter 5.3 Quantitative chemistry

 

 

5.4 Chemical changes 5.6 Rate and extent of chemical change 5.7 Organic chemistry

 

4.2 Organisation 6.2 Electricity     6.3 Particle Model

 

5.8 Chemical analysis
          6.5 Forces
11 6.6 Waves 4.4 Bioenergetics

 

6.8 Space

 

Revision – Schedule
6. 7 Magnetism

 

4.6 Inheritance, variation and evolution

 

5.9 Chemistry of the atmosphere

 

  4.7 Ecology

 

5.10 Using resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

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