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  Working Scientifically The Scientific Method Communication and issues caused by science Risk Designing Investigations Collecting Data Processing and Presenting Data Units and equations Drawing conclusions Uncertainties and evaluations Cell Biology Cells Microscopy Cell differentiation and specialisation Chromosomes and Mitosis Binary Fission Culturing Microorganisms Stem Cells Diffusion Osmosis Active Transport Exchange Surfaces Exchanging Substances Organisation Cell Organisation The Lungs The Heart Blood Vessels Blood Cardiovascular Disease Health and Disease Risk Factors Cancer Plant Cell Organisation Transpiration, Translocation and the stomata     Infection and response Communicable disease Viral, Fungal and Protist Diseases Bacterial Diseases Preventing Disease Fighting Disease Developing Drugs Monoclonal Antibodies Antibodies Plant diseases and defences Bioenergetics Homeostasis The Nervous System Synapses and Reflexes Investigating Reaction Time The Brain The Eye Correcting Visual Defects Controlling Body Temperature The Endocrine System Controlling Blood Glucose The Kidneys Kidney Failure Puberty and the Menstrual Cycle Controlling Fertility Adrenaline and Thyroxin Plant Hormones Commercial Use of Plant Hormones Inheritance, Variation and Evolution DNA Protein Synthesis Mutations Reproduction Meiosis X and Y chromosomes Genetic Diagrams Inherited Disorders The work of Mendel Variation Evolution Selective Breeding Genetic Engineering Cloning Fossils Speciation Antibiotic resistant Bacteria Classification Ecology Competition Abiotic and biotic factors Adaptations Food Chains Using Quadrats Using Transects Environmental change and the water cycle The Carbon Cycle Decay Biodiversity and waste management Global Warming Deforestation and Land Use Maintaining Ecosystems and Biodiversity Tropic Levels Pyramids of Biomass Biomass Transfer Food Security and Farming Biotechnology Practical Skills Measuring Substances Heating, Safety and Ethics Potometers and Microscopes Comparing results  

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  Atomic Structure and The Periodic Table Atoms Elements Compounds Chemical Equations Mixtures and Chromatography Separation Techniques Distillation History of The Atom Development of the Periodic Table The Modern Periodic Table Metals and Non-Metals Group 1 Group 7 Group 0 Bonding, Structure and Properties of Matter Formation of ions Ionic Bonding Covalent Bonding Simple Molecular Substances Polymers and Giant Covalent Structures Allotropes of Carbon Metallic Bonding States of Matter Changing State Nanoparticles Quantative Chemistry Relative Formula Mass The Mole Conservation of Mass The Mole and Equations Limiting Reactants Gases and Solutions Concentration Calculations Atom Economy Percentage Yield Chemical Changes Acids and Bases Titrations Strong and Weak Acids Reactions of Acids The Reactivity Series Separating Metals from Metal Oxides Redox Reactions Electrolysis Energy Changes Reactions Bond Energies Cells and Batteries Fuel Cells The Rate and Extent of Chemical Change Rates of Reactions Two Rates Experiments Reversible Reactions Le Chatlier's Principle Organic Chemistry Hydrocarbons Fractional Distillations Uses and Cracking of Crude Oil Alkenes Addition Polymers Alcohols Carboxylic Acids Condensation Polymers Naturally Occurring Polymers Chemical Analysis Purity and Formulations Paper Chromatography Tests for Gases and Anions Tests for Cautions Flame Emission Spectroscopy Chemistry of the Atmosphere Evolution of the Atmosphere Greenhouse Gases and Climate Change Carbon Footprints Air Pollution Using Resources Ceramics, Composites and Polymers Properties of Materials Corrosion Finite and Renewable Resources Reuse and Recycling Life Cycle Assessments Potable Water Waste Water Treatment The Habler Process NPK Fertilisers

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  Energy Energy Stores and Systems Kinetic and Potential Energy Stores Specific Heat Capacity Conservation of Energy and Power Conduction and Convection Reducing Unwanted Energy Transfers Efficiency Energy Resources and Their Uses Wind, Solar and Geothermal Hydroelectricity, Waves and Tides Biofuels and Non renewables Trends in Energy Resource Use Electricity Current and Circuit Symbols Resistance and V=IR Resistance and I-V Characteristics Circuit Devices Series Circuits Parallel Circuits Investigating Resistance Electricity in the Home Power of Electrical Appliances More on Power The National Grid Static Electricity Electric Fields Particle Model of Matter Density of Materials Internal Energy and Changes in State Specific Latent Heat Particle Motion in Gases Atomic Structure Developing the model of the atom Isotopes and Nuclear Radiation Nuclear Equations Half-Life Background Radiation and Contamination Uses and Risk Fission and Fusion Forces Contact and Non Contact Forces Weight, Mass and Gravity Resultant Forces and Work Done Calculating Forces Forces and Elasticity Investigating Springs Moments Fluid Pressure Upthrust and Atmospheric Pressure Distance, Displacement and Velocity Acceleration Distance-Time and Velocity-Time graphs Terminal Velocity Newton's Laws and inertia Investigating motion Stopping Distances Reaction Times Momentum Waves Transverse and Longitudinal waves Experiments with Waves Reflection Electromagnetic waves and refraction Investigating Light Radio Waves EM waves and their uses Dangers of electromagnetic waves Lenses Images and Ray Diagrams Concave Lenses and Magnification Visible Light Infrared Radiation and Temperature Black Body Radiation Sound Waves Ultrasound Exploring Structures using waves Magnetism and Electromagnetism Permanent and Induced Magnets Electromagnetism The Motor Effect Generators and Microphones Transformers Space Physics The Life Cycle of Stars The Solar System and Orbits Red Shift and the Big Bang

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  Medicine through Time Medieval England Cause of Disease Approaches to Treatment and Prevention Dealing with the Black Death Medical Renaissance Cause of disease Approaches to Treatment and Prevention William Harvey Dealing with the Great Plague 18-19th Century Cause of Disease Approaches to Treatment and Prevention Fighting Cholera in London, 1854 C1900-Present Cause of Disease Approach to Treatment and Prevention Fleming, Florey and Chain's Development of Penicillin Fight against Lung Cancer British Sector of the Western Front Sources and the Exam Historical Context of Medicine Context of the British Sector of the Western Front Work of RAMC and FANY Significance of the Western Front for Experiments in Surgery and Medicine The American West The Early Settlement of The West The Plains Indians: Beliefs and Way of Life Migration and Early Settlement Conflict and Tension Development of the Plains Development of settlement in the West Ranching and the Cattle Industry Changes in the Way of Life for the Plains Indians Conflicts and Conquests Changes in Farming, the Cattle Industry and Settlement Conflict and Tension The Destruction of the Plains Indians' Way of Life Elizabethan England Queen, Government and Religion Elizabeth's ascension Settlement of Religion Challenge to the Religious Settlement Mary, Queen of Scots Challenges to Elizabeth Plots and Revolts at Home Relations with Spain Outbreak of War with Spain The Armada The Age of Exploration Education and Leisure The Poor Exploration and Voyages of Discovery Raleigh and Virginia Weimar and Nazi Germany The Weimar Republic The Origins of the Republic 1918-19 Early Challenges to the Republic 1924-29 Recovery of the Republic 1924-29 Hitler's Rise to Power Early Development of the Nazi Party 1920-22 The Munich Putsch and Lean Years 1923-29 Growth in Nazi Support 1929-32 Hitler becomes Chancellor 1932-33 Nazi Control and Dictatorship 1933-39 Creation of a dictator ship 1933-34 The Police State Controlling and Influencing Attitudes Opposition, Resistance and Conformity Life in Nazi Germany 1933-39 Nazi Policies Towards Women Nazi Policies Toward the Young Employment and Living Standards The Persecution of Minorities

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English Language

  Exam Basics Exam Structure Assessment Objectives Paper 1: Q1 and Q2 Paper 1: Q3 and Q4 Paper 1: Q5 Planning Answers P.E.E SPaG Understanding Texts (Reading) Information and Ideas Audience Writer's Purpose Informative Texts Entertaining Texts Texts that Argue or Persuade Texts that Advise Writer's Viewpoint and Attitude Literary Fiction Literary Non-Fiction 19th Century Texts Language and Structure (Reading) Tone Style and Register Words and Phrases Metaphors and Similes Analogy Personification Alliteration and Onomatopoeia Irony Sarcasm Rhetoric Bias Descriptive Language Narrative Viewpoint Structure: Whole Texts Sentence Forms Creative and Non Fiction Writing Writing with Purpose Writing for and Audience Writing Stories Writing Descriptions Writing Newspaper Articles Biographical Writing and Diary Entries Travel Writing Writing Reports and Essays Writing Reviews Writing Speeches Writing Letters

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English Lit

Romeo And Juliet Context Plot Characterisation Themes Language, Style and Analysis Form and Structure The Sign of The Four Context Plot Characterisation Themes Language, Style and Analysis Form and Structure Blood Brothers Context Plot Characterisation Themes Language, Style and Analysis Form and Structure Power and Conflict Table of Themes Poems and Annotations Themes Poetic Techniques Unseen Poetry Exam Advice and Techniques Practice Mark Scheme

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  Number Types of Number and BODMAS Multiples, Factors and Prime Factors LCM and HCF Fractions Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Fractions and Recurring Decimals Rounding Estimating Bounds Standard Form Algebra Basics Powers and Roots Multiplying Out Brackets Factorising Manipulating Surds Solving Equations Rearranging Formulas Factorising Quadratics The Quadratic Formula Completing the Square Algebraic Fractions Sequences Inequalities Graphical Inequalities Iterative Methods Simultaneous Equations Proof Functions Graphs Straight Lines and Gradients y=mx+c Drawing Straight Line Graphs Coordinates and Ratio Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Quadratic Graphs Harder Graphs Solving Equations using Graphs Graph Transformations Real-Life Graphs Distance- Time Graphs Velocity- Time Graphs Gradients of Real Life Graphs Ratio, Proportion and Rates of Change Ratios Direct and Inverse Proportion Percentages Compound Growth and Decay Unit Conversions Speed, Density and Pressure Geometry and Measures Geometry Parallel Lines Geometry Problems Polygons Triangles and Quadrilaterals Circle Geometry Congruent Shapes Similar  Shapes The Four Transformations Area 3D Shapes- Surface Area and Volume Enlargement and Projections Triangle Constructions Loci and Construction Bearings Probability and Statistics Probability Basics Counting Outcomes Probability Experiments The AND/OR Rules Tree Diagrams Conditional Probability Sets and Venn Diagrams Sampling and Bias Collecting Data Mean, Median, Mode and Range Frequency Tables - Finding Averages Grouped Frequency Tables Box Plots Cumulative Frequency Histograms and Frequency Density Time Series Scatter Graphs Comparing Data Sets

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  Basics Numbers Times and Dates Questions Being Polite Opinions Putting it all Together Me, My Family and My Friends About Yourself My Family Describing People Personalities Relationships Partnership Free Time Activities Music Cinema TV Food Eating Out Sport Technology Technology Social Media Problems with Social Media Customs and Festivals Customs and Festivals Where You Live Talking about Where you Live School Life School Pressures Education Post 16 Career Choices and Ambitions Grammar People and Objects Articles Adjectives Comparisons Adverbs Comparison of Actions How Much Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns Pronouns Prepositions Por, Para, and a Conjunctions Present Tense Past Tense Would, Could, Should Future Tense Reflexive Verbs Ing Verbs Negative Forms Passive and Impersonal Verbs Subjunctive Giving Orders Exam Prep Listening Reading Writing Speaking Translation Vocab

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