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GCSE Biology

 

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GCSE Biology has been developed to inspire and challenge students of all abilities and aspirations.

The core content tells a coherent and logical story through biology with exciting, relevant topics such as cloning.  The qualification is linear so students will sit the exams at the end of the course.  It is comprised of 2 equally balanced 1 hour 45 minute written papers.  Paper 1 includes the topics of cell biology, organisation in the body, infection and response and bioenergetics.  Paper 2 includes the topics of homeostasis and response, inheritance, variation and evolution and ecology.

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GCSE Chemistry

 

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GCSE Chemistry has been developed to inspire and challenge students of all abilities and aspirations.

The core content starts with fundamental aspects of chemistry such as atomic structure, bonding and the properties of matter, and builds to topics in which the fundamentals are applied such as quantitative chemistry and equilibria.  There are eight required practical’s which are linked to specific topics.  The qualification is linear so students will sit the exams at the end of the course.  It is comprised of 2 equally balanced 1 hour 45 minute written papers.  Paper 1 includes the topics of atomic structure and the periodic table; bonding, structure, and the properties of matter; quantitative chemistry, chemical changes; and energy changes.  Paper 2 includes the topics of the rate and extent of chemical change; organic chemistry; chemical analysis, chemistry of the atmosphere; and using resources.

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GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy

 

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jwetherill@eat.uk.com

We believe that science has something to offer every student. That’s why we offer this qualification to suit students of all abilities and all aspirations.  Combined Science: Trilogy is interesting and relevant to all types of students as it develops a natural curiosity for the subject.  It develops knowledge, skills and understanding that open pathways to post 16 education.

The content tells a coherent and logical story through the different science topics with 21 practical’s that are assessed. The qualification is linear so students will sit the exams at the end of the course.  There are 6 written exam papers, each 1 hour and 15 minutes long.  Paper 1 includes the topics of cell biology, organisation, infection and response and bioenergetics.  Paper 2 includes the topics of homeostasis and response, inheritance, variation and evolution and ecology.  Paper 3 includes the topics of atomic structure and the periodic table, bonding and structure, quantitative chemistry, chemical changes and energy changes.  Paper 4 includes the topics of the rate and extent of chemical change, organic chemistry, chemical analysis, chemistry of the atmosphere and using resources.  Paper 5 includes the topics of energy, electricity, particle model of matter and atomic structure.  Paper 6 includes the topics of forces, waves, magnetism and electromagnetism.

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Head Teacher Rebecca Smith

Ethos College

Knowles Hill Road
Dewsbury Moor
Dewsbury
West Yorkshire
WF13 4QS

Telephone01924 469170

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