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The GCSE Science solution from bksb has been specifically designed to support students in improving their skills and knowledge in line with the GCSE Combined Science syllabus for 2018. This product includes original video learning content and summative assessment questions, and covers both foundation and higher tier material.

Although our GCSE Science solution is geared towards individual learning and revision, it is equally suited to classroom and flipped-learning environments. As with all bksb products, learners can use our science content on any device – desktops, laptops, tablets and mobiles are all supported.

  • Covers Physics, Biology and Chemistry
  • Meets Ofqual specifications and covers major exam board syllabi
  • Clear topic objectives and summaries
  • Original video learning content
  • Summative assessment questions
  • Differentiated to cover higher tier material
  • Meets the GCSE Combined Science syllabus specifications (9-1)
  • Clear illustrations and animations, and attractive visual format
  • Compatible with tablets and mobile devices

For more information about the modules each subject covers see below:

GCSE Physics is split into 8 modules:

  • Energy

  • Forces and Motion

  • Waves in Matter

  • Light and Electromagnetic Waves

  • Electricity

  • Magnetism and Electromagnetism

  • Particle Model of Matter

  • Atomic Structure

GCSE Chemistry is split into 11 modules:

  • Atomic Structure and The Periodic Table

  • Structure, Bonding and Properties of Matter

  • Chemical Changes

  • Energy Changes

  • Rates of Chemical Change

  • Quantitative Chemistry

  • Extraction of Metals

  • Fractional Distillation

  • Chemical Analysis

  • The Earth and Atmospheric Science

  • Life Cycle Assessments and Recycling

GCSE Biology is split into 11 modules:

  • Biodiversity

  • Selective Breeding and Gene technology

  • Transport

  • Cell Biology

  • Cell Metabolism

  • Ecosystems

  • Coordination, Control and Homeostasis

  • Growth and Development

  • Health and Disease

  • Inheritance, Variation and Evolution

  • Photosynthesis