KS4

    Until summer 2017

    In Year 10 and Year 11 students will study the following modules:

    Biology

    B1a Human Biology

    B1b Evolution and environment

    B2 Additional Biology

    B3 Further Biology
    Coordination and control Adaptation for survival Cells Exchange of materials
    Healthy eating Variation How plants produce food Transporting substances around the body
    Drug abuse Evolution Energy flows Microbiology
    Controlling infectious disease   How people affect the planet Enzymes  
        Homeostasis  
        Inheritance  

    Chemistry

    C1a Products from rocks

    C1b Oils, Earth and atmosphere

    C2 Additional chemistry

    C3 Further Chemistry
    Rocks and building Products from oil Structures and bonding Development of the periodic table
    Rocks and metals Plant oils Structures and properties More about acids and bases
    Crude oil The changing world How much? Water
        Rates of reaction Energy calculations
        Energy and reactions Analysis 
        Electrolysis  
        Acids, Alkalis and Salts  

    Physics

    P1a Energy and energy resources

    P1b Radiation and the universe

    P2 Additional Physics P3 Further physics
    Heat transfer Electromagnetic waves Motion Turning forces
    Using Energy Radioactivity Speeding up and slowing down Light and sound 
    Electrical energy The origins of the universe Work, energy and momentum  Electromagnetism  
    Generating electricity      Static electricity  Stars and space  
        Current electricity   
        Mains electricity  
        Nuclear physics    

     

    From September 2016 onwards...

    In Year 9, 10 and 11 students will study the following topics based on the AQA Trilogy or Chemistry, Physics and Biology qualification :

    BIOLOGY

    • B1 – Cell structure and transport
    • B2 – Cell division
    • B3 – Organisation and the digestive system
    • B4 – Organising plants and animals
    • B5 – Communicable diseases
    • B6 – Preventing and treating diseases
    • B7 – Non communicable diseases
    • B8 –Photosynthesis
    • B9 – Respiration
    • B10 – The human nervous system
    • B11 – Hormonal cocordination
    • B12 – Homeostasis in action
    • B13 – Reproduction
    • B14 – Variation and evolution
    • B15 – Genetics and evolution
    • B16 – Adaptation, interdependence and competition
    • B17 – Organising an ecosystem
    • B18 – Biodiversity and ecosystem 

    CHEMISTRY

    • C1 – Atomic structure
    • C2 – The periodic table
    • C3 – Structure and bonding
    • C4 – Chemical calculations
    • C5 – Chemical change
    • C6 – Electrolysis
    • C7 – Energy change
    • C8 – Rate and equilibrium
    • C9 – Crude oil and fuels
    • C10 – Organic reactions
    • C11 – Polymers
    • C12 – Chemical analysis
    • C13 – The Earth’s atmosphere
    • C14 – The Earth’s resources
    • C15 – Using our resources

    PHYSICS

    • P1 – Conservation and dissipation of energy
    • P2 – Energy transfer by heating
    • P3 – Energy resources
    • P4 – Electric circuits
    • P5 – Electricity in the home
    • P6 – Molecules and matter
    • P7 – Radioactivity
    • P8 – Forces in action
    • P9 – Motion
    • P10 – Forces and motion
    • P11 – Pressure and surfaces
    • P12 – Wave properties
    • P13 – Electromagnetic waves
    • P14 – Light
    • P15 – Electromagnetism
    • P16 – Space
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