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 Cell biology:


· Plant cell structure | Video | Quiz

· Animal cell structure | Video |Quiz

· Eukaryotes and prokaryotes

· Cell specialisation | Video | Quiz |

· Cell differentiation

· Microscopy | Video | Quiz | Quiz 2 |

· Magnification calculations | Video | Quiz |

· Culturing microorganisms (Biology only) | Video | Video 2 | Video 3 | Quiz |

· Cell division

· Chromosomes

· Mitosis and the cell cycle | Video | Quiz 

· Stem cells | Quiz |

· Transport in cells

· Diffusion | Video | Quiz |

· Osmosis | Quiz |

· Active transport | Video | Quiz |


Organisation:


· Principles of organisation 

· The human digestive system | Video | Quiz|

· Enzymes | Video | Quiz |

· The heart and blood vessels | Video | Quiz|

· Respiratory system | Video | Quiz |

· Blood | Video | Quiz|

· Cardiovascular disease | Quiz|

· Health issues | Quiz|

· The effect of lifestyle on some non-communicable diseases

· Cancer

· Plant tissues, organs and systems | Quiz|

· Transpiration | Quiz


Infection and response:


· Communicable diseases | Quiz 

· Communicable (infectious) diseases |Quiz

· Viral diseases | Quiz |

· Bacterial diseases | Video |

· Fungal diseases

· Protist diseases

· Immune system | Quiz |

· Vaccination | Quiz |

· Antibiotics and painkillers | Quiz |

· Discovery and development of drugs | Quiz |

· Monoclonal antibodies (Biology only) (HT only)

· Producing monoclonal antibodies

· Plant disease (Biology only)

· Detection and identification of plant diseases

· Plant defence responses


Bioenergetics:


· Photosynthesis | Video | Quiz |

· Photosynthetic reaction

· Rate of photosynthesis

· Limiting photosynthesis (HT only) |Quiz

· Uses of glucose from photosynthesis

· Respiration | Video | Quiz |

· Aerobic and anaerobic respiration |Quiz|

· Response to exercise | Quiz |

· Oxygen debt | Quiz

· Metabolism | Quiz |


Homeostasis and response:


· Homeostasis | Video Quiz |

· The human nervous system | Video | Quiz |

· The brain (Biology only)

· The eye (Biology only) | Video 1Video 2 |

· Control of body temperature (Biology only)

· Hormonal coordination in humans | Quiz |

· Human endocrine system | Quiz |

· Control of blood glucose concentration | Quiz |

· Type 1 and 2 diabetes | Quiz

· Kidneys | Video 1 |

· Maintaining water and nitrogen balance in the body (Biology only)

· Hormones in the menstural cycle | Video | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 |

· Contraception | Quiz |

· The use of hormones to treat infertility (HT only) | Video | Quiz |

· Negative feedback (HT only) | Video |

· Thyroxine and adrenaline | Quiz |

· Plant hormones (Biology only) | Video |

· Control and coordination

· Use of plant hormones (HT only)


Inheritance, variation and evolution:


· Reproduction

· Sexual and asexual reproduction | Quiz |

· Meiosi | Video | Quiz |

· Advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction (Biology only)

· DNA and the genome

· DNA structure (Biology only) | Video Quiz |

· Genetic inheritance |Quiz |

· Genetic crosses | Video | Quiz

· Inherited disorders | Video | Quiz |

· Sex determination

· Variation | Quiz |

· Evolution | Quiz |

· Selective breeding | Quiz |

· Genetic engineering | Quiz |

· Cloning (Biology only)

· The development of understanding of genetics and evolution | Quiz |

· Theory of evolution (Biology only)

· Speciation (Biology only) | Video |Quiz |

· The understanding of genetics (Biology only)

· Evidence for evolution | Quiz |

· Fossils

· Extinction | Quiz |

· Resistant bacteria | Quiz |

· Classification of living organisms | Quiz |


Ecology:


· Adaptations, interdependence and competition

· Communities | Quiz |

· Abiotic and biotic factors | Video | Quiz |

· Adaptations | Quiz |

· Organisation of an ecosystem | Quiz |

· Levels of organisation

· How materials are cycled | Video 1 | Video 2 | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 |

· Decomposition (Biology only) | Video |

· Impact of environmental change (Biology only) (HT only)

· Biodiversity and the effect of human interaction on ecosystems | Video | Quiz |

· Biodiversity | Quiz |

· Waste management

· Land use

· Deforestation

· Global warming | Video | Quiz |

· Maintaining biodiversity

· Trophic levels in an ecosystem (Biology only)

· Trophic levels

· Pyramids of biomass

· Transfer of biomass

· Food production (Biology only) | Video | Quiz | Quiz 2 |

· Factors affecting food security | Quiz |

· Farming techniques

· Sustainable fisheries

· Role of biotechnology

Atomic structure and the periodic table:


· A simple model of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Video 4|

 · Electronic charge and isotopes | Quiz |

· Atoms, elements and compounds | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Video 4 | Video 5 Quiz |

· Mixtures | Video | Video 2 | Video 3Quiz |

· The development of the model of the atom (common content with Physics) | Quiz |

· Size and mass of atoms

· Relative atomic mass

· Electronic structure | VideoQuiz |

· The periodic table | Video | Quiz |

· Development of the periodic table | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3Quiz |

· Metals and non-metals | Video |

· Group 0 | VideoQuiz |

· Group 1 | Video | Video 2 | Video 3Quiz |

· Group 7 | Video | Quiz |

· Properties of transition metals (Chemistry only) | Video |

· Comparison with Group 1 elements

· Typical properties


Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter:


· Chemical bonds, ionic, covalent and metallic

· Chemical bonds

· Ionic bonding | Video | Video 2Quiz |

· Ionic compounds | Video | Quiz |

· Covalent bonding | Video | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 |

· Metallic bonding | Quiz |

· How bonding and structure are related to the properties of substances

· The three states of matter | Video | Quiz |

· State symbols

· Properties of ionic compounds | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 |

· Properties of small molecules

· Polymers | Video | Quiz |

· Giant covalent structures | Video | Quiz |

· Properties of metals and alloys | Video |

· Metals as conductors

· Structure and bonding of carbon | Video | Quiz |

· Diamond | Video | Quiz |

· Graphite | Video | Quiz |

· Graphene and fullerenes | Video |

· Bulk and surface properties of matter including nanoparticles (Chemistry only)

· Sizes of particles and their properties | Video |

· Uses of nanoparticles | Video |


Quantitative chemistry:


· Chemical measurements, conservation of mass and the quantitative interpretation of chemical equations

· Conservation of mass and balanced chemical equations | Video | Video 2 | Video 3 |Quiz |

· Relative formula mass | Video 1 | Video 2 |Quiz |

· Mass changes when a reactant or product is a gas | Video | Quiz |

· Chemical measurements | Quiz |

· Use of amount of substance in relation to masses of pure substances

· Moles (HT only) | Video | Quiz |

· Amounts of substances in equations (HT only)

· Using moles to balance equations (HT only)

· Concentration of solutions

· Yield and atom economy of chemical reactions (Chemistry only)

· Percentage yield | Video |

· Atom economy | Video |

· Using concentrations of solutions in mol/dm3 (Chemistry only) (HT only) | Video |

· Use of amount of substance in relation to volumes of gases (Chemistry only) (HT only)


Chemical changes:


· Reactivity of metals | Video | Quiz |

· Metal oxides

· The reactivity series | Quiz |

· Extraction of metals and reduction | Video |

· Oxidation and reduction in terms of electrons (HT only) | Video | Quiz |

· Reactions of acids

· Reactions of acids with metals | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 |

· Neutralisation of acids and salt production | Video 1 | Video 2 | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 |

· Soluble salts

· The pH scale and neutralisation | Video | Quiz |

· Titrations (Chemistry only) | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Video 4 | Video 5 | Quiz |

· Strong and weak acids (HT only) | Video | Quiz |

· Electrolysis | Video | Quiz |

· The process of electrolysis | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Video 4

· Electrolysis of molten ionic compounds

· Using electrolysis to extract metals | Quiz |

· Electrolysis of aqueous solutions

· Representation of reactions at electrodes as half equations (HT only) | Video 1 | Video 2 | Quiz |


Energy changes:


· Exothermic and endothermic reactions | Video | Quiz |

· Energy transfer during exothermic and endothermic reactions | Video |

· Reaction profiles | Video |

· The energy change of reactions (HT only) | Video | Video 2Quiz |

· Chemical cells and fuel cells (Chemistry only) | Video 1 | Video 2 |

· Cells and batteries

· Fuel cells


The rate and extent of chemical change:


· Rate of reaction | Video | Quiz |

· Calculating rates of reactions | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Quiz |

· Factors which affect the rates of chemical reactions | Video |

· Collision theory and activation energy | Quiz |

· Catalysts | Quiz |

· Reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium

· Reversible reactions | Video | Quiz |

· Energy changes and reversible reactions

· Equilibrium

· The effect of changing conditions on equilibrium (HT only)

· The effect of changing concentration (HT only)

· The effect of temperature changes on equilibrium (HT only)| Quiz |

· The effect of pressure changes on equilibrium (HT only)


Organic chemistry:


· Carbon compounds as fuels and feedstock

· Crude oil, hydrocarbons and alkanes | Video 1 Video 2 | Video 3 Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 |

· Fractional distillation and petrochemicals | Video | Quiz |

· Properties of hydrocarbons | Video 1 | Video 2 |

· Cracking and alkenes | Video | Quiz |

· Reactions of alkenes and alcohols (Chemistry only)

· Structure and formulae of alkenes | Video | Video 2 |

· Reactions of alkenes

· Alcohols | Video |

· Carboxylic acids | Video 1 | Video 2 |

· Synthetic and naturally occurring polymers (Chemistry only)

· Addition polymerisation

· Condensation polymerisation (HT only)

· Amino acids (HT only)

· DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and other naturally occurring polymers | Video |


Chemical analysis:


· Purity, formulations and chromatograph

· Pure substances | Video | Quiz |

· Formulations

· Chromatography | Video | Quiz |

· Identification of common gases

· Test for hydrogen | Video |

· Test for oxygen

· Test for carbon dioxide | Video |

· Test for chlorine

· Identification of ions by chemical and spectroscopic means (Chemistry only)

· Flame tests | Video 1 | Video 2 |

· Metal hydroxides | Video |

· Carbonates | Video |

· Halides | Video |

· Sulfates | Video |

· Instrumental methods | Quiz |

· Flame emission spectroscopy


Chemistry of the atmosphere:


· The composition and evolution of the Earth's atmosphere | Video | Quiz |

· The proportions of different gases in the atmosphere | Video |

· The Earth's early atmosphere | Video |

· How oxygen increased

· How carbon dioxide decreased

· Carbon dioxide and methane as greenhouse gases | Video |

· Greenhouse gases | Video | Quiz |

· Human activities which contribute to an increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere | Video |

· Global climate change | Video |

· The carbon footprint and its reduction

· Common atmospheric pollutants and their sources | Quiz |

· Properties and effects of atmospheric pollutants | Video 1 | Video 2 |


Using resources:


· Using the Earth's resources and obtaining potable water | Quiz |

· Using the Earth's resources and sustainable development

· Potable water | Video | Quiz |

· Waste water treatment | Video | Quiz |

· Alternative methods of extracting metals (HT only) | Quiz |

· Life cycle assessment and recycling

· Life cycle assessment | Quiz |

· Ways of reducing the use of resources

· Using materials (chemistry only)

· Corrosion and its prevention

· Alloys as useful materials

· Ceramics, polymers and composites | Video |

· The Haber process and the use of NPK fertilisers (Chemistry only)

· The Haber process (Chemistry only) | Video 2 | Video 2 |

Energy:


· Energy changes in a system, and the ways energy is stored | Video | Quiz |

· Before and after such changes

· Energy stores and systems | Video |

· Changes in energy | Video |

· Energy changes in systems | Video | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 | Quiz 3 |

· Power | Video | Quiz |

· Conservation and dissipation of energy | Video | Quiz |

· Energy transfers in a system | Video | Quiz |

· Efficiency | Video | Quiz |

· National and global energy resources  | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 |


Electricity:


· Current, potential difference and resistance | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Video 4 | Video 5 | Video 6Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 |

· Standard circuit diagram symbols | Video | Quiz |

· Electrical charge and current | Video | Quiz |

· Resistors

· Series and parallel circuits | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Video 4 | Video 5 | Video 6 | Video 7Quiz |

· Domestic uses and safety | Video |

· Direct and alternating potential difference

· Mains electricity| Quiz |

· Energy transfers | Video 1 | Video 2 | Quiz |

· Power | Quiz |

· Energy transfers in everyday appliances

· The National Grid | Quiz |

· Static electricity (Physics only) | Video |

· Static charge 

· Electric fields 


Particle model of matter:


· Changes of state and the particle model | Video | Quiz

· Density of materials| Video | Quiz |

· Changes of state

· Internal energy and energy transfers

· Internal energy

· Temperature changes in a system and specific heat capacity

· Changes of state and specific latent heat | Video 1 | Video 2Quiz |

· Particle model and pressure

· Particle motion in gases

· Pressure in gases (Physics only)

· Increasing the pressure of a gas (Physics only) (HT only)


Atomic structure:


· Atoms and isotopes | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Video 4 Quiz |

· The structure of an atom | Video | Video 2Quiz |

· Mass number, atomic number and isotopes | Video Quiz |

· The development of the model of the atom (common content with Chemistry)

· Atoms and nuclear radiation | Video |

· Radioactive decay and nuclear radiation | Video | Quiz |

· Nuclear equations | Video |

· Half-lives and the random nature of radioactive decay

· Radioactive contamination | Quiz |

· Hazards and uses of radioactive emissions and of background radiation (Physics only) | Video |

· Background radiation | Video |

· Different half-lives of radioactive isotopes | Video | Quiz |

· Uses of nuclear radiation

· Nuclear fission and fusion (Physics only)

· Nuclear fission | Video

· Nuclear fusion | Video |


Forces:


· Forces and their interactions | Video | Quiz |

· Contact and non-contact forces| Quiz |

· Gravity

· Resultant forces | Video | Quiz |

· Work done and energy transfer | Quiz |

· Forces and elasticity | Video | Quiz |

· Moments, levers and gears (Physics only) | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 | Video 4

· Pressure and pressure differences in fluids (Physics only) | Quiz |

· Pressure in a fluid| Quiz |

· Pressure in a fluid 1

· Pressure in a fluid 2 (HT only)

· Atmospheric pressure

· Forces and motion | Video

· Describing motion along a line 

· Distance and displacement | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3Quiz |

· Speed | Video 1 | Video 2Quiz |

· Forces, accelerations and Newton's Laws of motion | Video | Quiz 1Quiz 2Quiz 3 |

· Newton's First Law | Quiz |

· Newton's Second Law | Quiz |

· Newton's Third Law | Quiz |

· Forces and braking | Quiz |

· Stopping distance| Quiz |

· Reaction time

· Factors affecting braking distance 1 

· Factors affecting braking distance 2 

· Momentum (HT only)

· Conservation of momentum | Quiz |

· Changes in momentum (Physics only)


Waves:


· Waves in air, fluids and solids

· Transverse and longitudinal waves | Quiz |

· Properties of waves | Video | Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 |

· Refraction of waves (Physics only) | Video 1 | Video 2Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 |

· Sound waves (Physics only) (HT only)

· Waves for detection and exploration (Physics only) (HT only)

· Electromagnetic waves | Quiz |

· Types of electromagnetic waves

· Properties of electromagnetic waves 1

· Properties of electromagnetic waves 2

· Uses and applications of electromagnetic waves

· Lenses (Physics only) | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 |

· Visible light (Physics only)

· Black body radiation (Physics only)

· Emission and absorption of infrared radiation | Video

· Perfect black bodies and radiation


Magnetism and electromagnetism:


· Permanent and induced magnetism, magnetic forces and fields | Video | Quiz |

· Poles of a magnet

· Magnetic fields | Video | Quiz |

· The motor effect

· Electromagnetism | Video 1 | Video 2 | Quiz |

· Fleming's left-hand rule (HT only) | Video | Quiz |

· Electric motors (HT only)| Quiz |

· Loudspeakers (Physics only) (HT only)

· Induced potential, transformers and the National Grid (Physics only) (HT only)

· Induced potential (HT only)

· Uses of the generator effect (HT only)

· Microphones (HT only)

· Transformers (HT only) | Video


Space physics (Physics only):


· Solar system; stability of orbital motions; satellites (Physics only)

· Our solar system 

· The life cycle of a star | Video |

· Orbital motion, natural and artificial satellites 

· Red-shift (physics only) | Video |


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• Each 1 hour 45 minutes


• Each paper is worth 25% of the GCSE


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