Triple science support

Triple science support helps schools, managers and teachers plan, develop and deliver Triple Science GCSEs. The programme offers schools training, consultancy, networking opportunities, resources and publications. This collection contains some of the materials that are useful in the delivery, development and support of chemistry, biology and physics GCSEs.

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Linear Assessment iBook

The Linear Assessment iBook, produced by the National Science Learning Network for triple science support, has been designed to help teachers to develop their delivery of Triple Science so that students are successful in examinations which involve linear assessment.

Many of the aspects considered in the...

Publication date:
2010 to date

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Enhancing literacy in triple science

This book has been produced to support the delivery of triple science. Three of the chapters focus on the development of the literacy skills students need in order to be successful in triple science at GCSE. The final chapter, Next Steps and Evaluation, recognises the importance of planning a course of action and...

Publication date:
2010 to date

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Enrichment and Enhancement in Triple Science: Guides for Teachers and Curriculum Leaders

This suite of guides are designed to support the development of aspects of enrichment and enhancement across a selection of topics which address Ofqual’s generic criteria for separate sciences. These are not specific to any awarding body.

All teachers recognise that some parts of science can be difficult or...

Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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Teaching Triple Science

The resources in this collection give advice and guidance to teachers and managers on how to develop and deliver triple GCSEs. Resources focus on the teaching of biology, chemistry and physics.

Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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