Complete KS3 Science
Year 7 & 8
Hello there, Pupils, Parents and Carers!
The Maths Society has prepared a series of science lessons for Year 7 & 8.
Every lesson comes with short videos showing you clearly and simply how to complete the activity successfully.
How to use the lessons
Just follow these three easy steps…
1. Click on the current term.
2. Check the topic set as homework. Watch the videos and make notes. Total time required is provided for watching the videos.
3. Work through the exercises based on your Year 7 or 8.
A regular daily learning routine will help to learn more effectively at home.
We therefore recommend that you aim to cover just one 50-60 minute session each day.
AQA Science Topics Covered
Term One - Autumn Term
1 - 10 mins
question 1 and 3 from the practice questions in the textbook.
Worksheet attached in email
Nutrition, Skeleton, Gas
Ensure you've completed the practice questions on page 13, 17 and 21 and complete the attached worksheet.
Complete the warm up and practice questions on page 27 and 28.
Topics that'll be coming up in the exam: Year 8: Topic 1: Cells and respiration (microscopes, cells and cell organisation) Topic 2: All of Humans as organisms (Nutrition and energy, digestion, the skeleton, the muscular system, gas exchange, breathing, exercise, asthma and smoking, human reproductive system, the menstrual cycle, having a baby, health and pregnancy)
Complete two worksheets in the email
Complete worksheet attached in mail
Plant Nutrition, Reproduction
complete the warm up and practice questions on page 34 & 35.
complete page 39 in the book - catch up and complete page 34 and 35 as well
Homework is page 45 & 46 from the textbook
Solid, Liquids, Gases
complete page 53 and 54 from the textbook.
Watch all videos
The main focus of the exam will be this half terms topics; 1. Plants and Ecosystem 2. Inheritance, Variation and Survival 3. Classifying Materials - only the first part; solids, liquids gases, particle theory and physical changes 4. Cells and Respiration 5. Humans as organisms not including human reproductive system, the menstrual cycle, having a baby, health and pregnancy"