GCSE - Years 10 & 11

GCSE - Science

1 lesson per week lasting 2 hours (Chemistry)
1 lesson per week lasting 2 hours (Biology)
1 lesson per week lasting 2 hours (Physics)

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We are a team of highly dedicated and qualified teachers. We are proud to announce the commencement of our new (Offline and Online) batch for GCSE Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) from Saturday 22nd May 2021.
We would like to invite you to a Science Seminar with our Faculty in the first week of May 2021. This seminar is aimed at explaining the course structure and will be an excellent opportunity for you to discuss any doubts that you may have.

GCSE science course offers pupils the chance to achieve more in Science and build a solid understanding of the world around them. In addition, practical work is a key feature of the GCSE Trilogy course.

This course offers pupils the chance to:

  • achieve the GCSE qualifications you need to succeed
  • prepared for exams by learning about scientific knowledge and facts, concepts, principles, themes and patterns across the science-trio
  • fill the gaps, support and builds a pillar in your education
  • build a solid understanding of the world around you
  • learn how to use this knowledge in new and challenging situations and contexts
  • develop experimental and investigative skills based on correct and safe laboratory techniques

We believe that Science has something to offer every student. That is why KSG Learning has a suite of science qualifications for Key Stage 4 ‒ to suit students of all abilities and all aspirations.

The tuition plan is frame-worked around the concept clarity and application as per the exam pattern. The teaching is mainly focused on making student understand the concept. Once the concept is understood a student is taught to apply those to testing problems and questions. After student has learnt the concept well, s/he is taught to practice the same in classroom and past practice papers.

What will pupils learn?

BIOLOGY

The study of Biology connects us to the world we are living in and reminds us of our interactions with all other life forms.

It develops awareness of the significance of unique fauna and flora and distinctive ecosystems. It provides opportunities to learn about the processes of all living things. What students learn is directly relevant to our species and the environment.

Through the study of Biology, you will gain problem solving, analytical and evaluative skills. These skills are transferable to a range of A-levels, apprenticeships and professions. Universities and future employers look at your GCSE Biology result even if you are not looking to study the subject beyond Key Stage 4.

The main topics covered within the GCSE Biology curriculum are:

  • Cell biology
  • Organization
  • Infection and response
  • Bio energetic
  • Homeostasis and response
  • Inheritance, variation and evolution
  • Ecology

CHEMISTRY

Through studying GCSE Chemistry, you will gain an appreciation of many real life applications of Science,including every day, industrial and environmental aspects.You will build upon the fundamentals of Chemistry (Atoms,bonding and moles) studied in Year 9 to learn about how and why reactions take place. You will also learn about a wide range of chemicals and materials used in the home, in agriculture and in industry.

Through the study of Chemistry, you will gain problem solving, analytical and evaluative skills. These skills are transferable to a range of A-levels, apprenticeships and professions. Universities and future employers look at your Chemistry GCSE result; even if you are not looking to study the subject beyond Key Stage 4.

The main topics covered within the GCSE Chemistry curriculum are:

  • Atomic structure and the periodic table
  • Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter
  • Quantitative chemistry
  • Chemical changes
  • Energy changes
  • The rate and extent of chemical change
  • Organic chemistry
  • Chemical analysis
  • Chemistry of the atmosphere
  • Using resources

PHYSICS

Have you ever wondered why the sky is blue? Or how the Sun generates heat and light? Or even what special relativity has to do with electromagnetism? Physics is crucial to understanding the world around us, the world inside us, and the world beyond us. It encompasses the study of the universe from the largest galaxies to the smallest sub atomic particles.

The study of Physics will allow you to develop great problem solving, communication, organization, interpersonal, numeracy and research skills. These skills are transferable to a range of A-levels, apprenticeships and professions.

The study of Physics really opens up your opportunities and is seen as one of the most challenging and rewarding subjects to study.

The main topics covered within the GCSE Physics curriculum are:

  • Energy
  • Electricity
  • Particle model of matter
  • Atomic structure
  • Forces
  • Waves
  • Magnetism and electromagnetism

Assessment

Trilogy Science

There are 6 examinations at the end of the course, two in each of the Sciences, after which you will be awarded two grades between grades 9-1. Each Science will be examined using the following structure for their two papers.

Paper 1: 1 hour 15 minutes. 70 marks. 16.7% of the GCSE.

Paper 2: 1 hour 15 minutes. 70 marks. 16.7% of the GCSE.

Both papers have a range of multiple choice, structured,closed short answer and open response questions. The required practical tasks are examined in the written papers.

Biology, Chemistry or Physics

There are 2 examinations at the end of the course after which you will be awarded a grade 9-1.

Paper 1: 1 hour 45 minutes. 100 marks. 50% of the GCSE.

Topics 1-4.

Paper 2: 1 hour 45 minutes. 100 marks. 50% of the GCSE.

Topics 5-7.

Both papers have a range of structured closed short answers and longer open response questions. The required practical tasks are examined in the written papers.

Outlook with GCSE Biology, Chemistry and Physics

Biology

Biology is a key subject for lots of STEM careers including Nursing, Dentistry, Forensic Science, Psychology, Physiotherapy, Botany, Environmental Science, Zoology, Geology, Oceanography, Pharmaceuticals, Energy, Teaching, Science Writing, Genetics and Research.

Chemistry

Chemistry is an essential requirement at A Level for many courses such as Medicine, Veterinary Science and Chemical Engineering. Some Geography, Psychology and Earth Science degree courses may require a mix of Science subjects, and Chemistry can be one of them.

The study of Chemistry can also lead to careers in Sports Science and the Financial Sector, as well as being a requirement for becoming a Chemistry / Science teacher.

Physics

Physics is an essential requirement at A Level for many careers such as Engineering, Astronomy, Computer Science, it can also be useful in careers such as finance, architecture, forensic science or even games designing.

Fee

Fees for the standard Year 7, 8 & 9
(Includes all learning material, textbook, KSG bag, souvenirs and many more.)

  • £100 per month for per GCSE subject (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) – 2 hour per lesson per week
    (50% is payable on registration for each course and the balance is due a week before the course starts.)

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