YearHead of Science – Ms J Lloyd


Science work will be set in Google Classrooms (GC) every Wednesday, with the deadline being the following Wednesday. Pupils will always have one week to complete each task. We hope that this means that pupils will not feel rushed to complete our work and take their time to think about and enjoy it.


Years 7 and 8:

will be assigned tasks by a teacher for each year group and they are to submit (when required) their work to the teacher setting it.


Years 9 and 10:

will be assigned work for each Science by a teacher and they are to submit (when required) their work to the teacher setting it.

Pupils will be set no more than 2 hours of Science work each week.


All resources will be provided in the GC. Pupils can easily get in touch with the teacher in each classroom should they need some help. It is important to us that pupils know that we only expect them to try their best when completing our tasks and for parents, we want to provide reassurance that when school is open, we will ensure that we spend some time going through topics covered during this period.


Below you will find topics being covered in each year group and the GC code they need to enter their Science classroom.


Description GC class code Teacher


Pupils will be learning about electrical circuits including circuit symbols, and electrical conductors and insulators. rtsfjaq Mr A Lewis


Pupils will be learning about photosynthesis and the structure of a leaf.


Mrs Aamir



Pupils will learn about the circulatory system and know that blood transports substances around the body and removes toxic waste. They will learn about the differences in types of blood cells, their functions and about different types of blood vessels and how the heart works. coqinvb

Mrs Paul



The work is a recap of the water treatment process with a quiz attached. Pupils will look at the fluoridation of water and write their opinion on whether it should or shouldn’t be added to water in the UK.


Mr Nicklin



Pupils will be learning about how electricity is generated, which includes considering the advantages and disadvantages of using different energy resources.


Mr Bartlett



Pupils will work through the classification topic and be able to look at the differences in groupings of plants, animals, microorganisms (and sub-features of each e.g. vertebrates/invertebrates or flowering and non-flowering plants).



Mrs Lloyd



Pupils will need to read information and watch a 3 minute video clip on pH and indicators, then answer the quiz questions.


Mrs Jones



Pupils will learn about distance-time and velocity-time graphs. They will understand how these graphs are used in real-life scenarios and how features of motion are displayed in each type of graph. 2nfyj76


Mrs Watkins