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P2S3 Revision Topics

Year 7

  • Forces – Speed and Gravity

  • Matter – Particle Model and Separating Mixtures

  • Organisms – Movement and Cells

  • Electricity – Voltage, Current, Resistance and Circuits

  • Reactions – Metals, Non-Metals, Acids and Alkalis

  • Ecosystems – Interdependence and Plant Reproduction

  • Energy – Energy stores, transfers and cost

  • Earth – Structure of Earth and the Universe

 

Year 8

  • Forces – Contact and Pressure

  • Matter – Periodic table and elements

  • Organisms – Breathing and Digestion

  • Electricity – Electromagnets and Magnetism

  • Reactions – Chemical Energy and Types of Reaction

  • Ecosystems – Respiration and Photosynthesis

  • Energy – Work and Heating Systems

  • Earth – Climate and Resources

 

Year 9 - Combined

Biology

Looking at cells

The light microscope

Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes

Cell division

Cell differentiation

Stem cells

Explaining photosynthesis

Looking at photosynthesis

Structure and function of leaves

Diffusion

The circulatory system

The Heart

The blood

Coronary heart disease

Gas exchange

Exchange surfaces

Health and risk factors

Non-communicable diseases

Studying pathogens  

Learning about viral diseases

Studying bacterial diseases  

Looking at fungal diseases  

Learning about malaria

Homeostasis

The nervous system

Reflex actions

Required practical: Investigating reaction time

DNA and genes

Meiosis

Asexual and sexual reproduction

 

Chemistry

Elements and compounds

Atoms, formulae and equations

Structure of the Atom

Relating charges and masses

Electronic structure

Comparing metals and non-metals

Metals and non-metals

Three states of matter  

Properties of metals and alloys

Conservation of mass and balanced equations

Relative formula mass

Chemical measurements and uncertainty

Metal oxides  

Reactivity series

Extraction of metals

Alternative methods of metal extraction  

Reaction of metals with acids  

Neutralisation of acids and salt production

Endothermic and exothermic reactions

Required practical: Investigate the variables that affect temperature changes in reacting solutions, such as acid plus metals, acid plus carbonates, neutralisations, displacement of metals  

Factors affecting rates of reaction

Required practical: Investigate how changes in concentration affect the rates of reactions by a method involving the production of a gas and a method involving a colour change

involving the production of a gas and a method involving a colour change

Crude oil, hydrocarbons and alkanes

Properties of hydrocarbons

Combustion

Pure substances

Formulations

Required practical: Investigate how paper chromatography can be used in forensic science to identify an ink mixture used in a forgery

 

Physics

Energy Stores and Energy transfer

Dissipation of energy

Using energy resources

Global energy supplies

Forces

Forces and acceleration

Weight, mass and gravity

Forces and motion

Resultant forces

Speed

Acceleration

Particle model

Changes of state

Particle motion in gases

Potential difference and current

Electric current

Circuit components

Series and parallel circuits

Electricity in the home

Describing waves

Transverse and longitudinal waves

Key concept: Transferring energy or information by waves

The electromagnetic spectrum

Magnetism and magnetic forces

Compasses and magnetic fields

The link between electricity and magnetism

 

Year 9 - Separates

Biology

Looking at cells

The light microscope

Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes

Cell division

Cell differentiation

Stem cells

Explaining photosynthesis

Looking at photosynthesis

Structure and function of leaves

Diffusion

The circulatory system

The Heart

The blood

Coronary heart disease

Gas exchange

Exchange surfaces

Health and risk factors

Non-communicable diseases

Studying pathogens  

Learning about viral diseases

Studying bacterial diseases  

Looking at fungal diseases  

Learning about malaria

Homeostasis

The nervous system

Reflex actions

Required The eye

Seeing in focus

Eye defects

Required practical: Investigating reaction time

DNA and genes

Meiosis

Asexual and sexual reproduction

Variation

The theory of evolution

The tree of life

Selective breeding

Producing new plant varieties

 

Chemistry

Elements and compounds

Atoms, formulae and equations

Structure of the Atom

Relating charges and masses

Electronic structure

Comparing metals and non-metals

Metals and non-metals

Three states of matter  

Properties of metals and alloys

Alloys as useful materials

Nanoparticles, their properties and uses

Ceramics, polymers and composites

Conservation of mass and balanced equations

Relative formula mass

Chemical measurements and uncertainty

Metal oxides  

Reactivity series

Extraction of metals

Alternative methods of metal extraction  

Reaction of metals with acids  

Neutralisation of acids and salt production

Endothermic and exothermic reactions

Required practical: Investigate the variables that affect temperature changes in reacting solutions, such as acid plus metals, acid plus carbonates, neutralisations, displacement of metals  

Factors affecting rates of reaction

Required practical: Investigate how changes in concentration affect the rates of reactions by a method involving the production of a gas and a method involving a colour change

involving the production of a gas and a method involving a colour change

Crude oil, hydrocarbons and alkanes

Properties of hydrocarbons

Combustion

 

Physics

Energy Stores and Energy transfer

Dissipation of energy

Using energy resources

Global energy supplies

Forces

Forces and acceleration

Weight, mass and gravity

Forces and motion

Resultant forces

Speed

Acceleration

Particle model

Changes of state

Particle motion in gases

Increasing the pressure of a gas

Potential difference and current

Electric current

Circuit components

Series and parallel circuits

Electricity in the home

Describing waves

Transverse and longitudinal waves

Key concept: Transferring energy or information by waves

The electromagnetic spectrum

Sound waves

Exploring ultrasound

Seismic waves

Year 10 - Combined

Biology

Looking at cells

Microscopes

Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes

Cell division

Cell differentiation

Stem cells

Required practical: Using a light microscope to observe and record animal and plant cells

Cancer

Stem cell banks

Explaining photosynthesis

Structure and function of leaves

Diffusion, Osmosis and Active Transport

Increasing photosynthesis (HT)

Required practical: Investigate the effect of light intensity on the rate of photosynthesis using an aquatic organism such as pondweed (HT)

Circulator system

The Heart

The Blood

 Coronary heart disease

Gas Exchange

Required practical: Investigate the effect of a range of concentrations of salt or sugar solutions on the mass of plant tissue

Plants and minerals

Factors affecting health

Non-communicable diseases

Studying pathogens (HT)

Viral diseases

Studying bacterial diseases (HT)

Looking at fungal diseases (HT)

Learning about malaria

Protecting the body (HT)

Exploring white blood cells (HT)

Building immunity (HT)

Using antibiotics and painkillers

Making new drugs

Homeostasis

The nervous system

Reflex actions

Required practical: Investigating reaction time

The endocrine system

Controlling blood glucose (HT)

Diabetes

Negative feedback (HT only)

DNA and genes

Meiosis

Asexual and sexual reproduction

Genetics

Genetic crosses

Tracking gene disorders

Tracing human migration

 

Chemistry

Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

Atoms, formulae and equations

Modelling the atom

Relating charges and masses

Electronic structure

Metals and non-metals

History of the atoms

Sub-atomic particles

The periodic table

History of the periodic table

Three states of matter (HT)

Properties of metals and alloys

Chemical bonds

Ionic bonding

Covalent bonding

Metallic bonding

Polymer structures (HT)

Giant covalent structures, incl diamond and graphite

Conservation of mass and balanced equations

Relative formula mass

Chemical measurements and uncertainty

Mass changes when gases are in reactions (HT)

Moles (HT only)

Metal oxides (HT)

Reactivity series

Extraction of metals

Bioleaching and phytomining (HT only)

Reaction of metals with acids (HT)

Neutralisation of acids and salt production

The process of electrolysis (HT)

Soluble salts

Required practical: Preparing a pure, dry sample of a salt from an insoluble oxide or carbonate

pH and neutralisation (HT)

Oxidation and reduction in terms of electrons (HT)

Electrolysis of molten ionic compounds (HT)

Using electrolysis to extract metals (HT)

Electrolysis of aqueous solutions (HT)

Endothermic and exothermic reactions

Required practical: Investigate the variables that affect temperature changes in reacting solutions, such as acid plus metals, acid plus carbonates, neutralisations, displacement of metals (HT)

Factors affecting rates of reaction

Required practical: Investigate how changes in concentration affect the rates of reactions by a method involving the production of a gas and a method involving a colour change

Measuring rates of reaction

Collision theory

Catalysts

Reversible reactions and energy changes (HT)

Crude oil, hydrocarbons and alkanes

Properties of hydrocarbons

Combustion

Fractional distillation and petrochemicals (HT)

Cracking and alkenes

 

Physics

Energy transfer

Dissipation of energy

Using energy resources

Global energy supplies

Required practical: Investigating ways of reducing the unwanted energy transfers in a system

Energy efficiency

Potential energy

Kinetic energy

Work done and energy transfer

Forces

Forces and acceleration

Weight and Mass

Forces and motion

Resultant forces

Speed

Acceleration

Required practical: Investigating the acceleration of an object

Newton’s third law

Velocity–time graphs

Calculations of motion

Forces and energy in springs

Required practical: Investigate the relationship between force and the extension of a spring

Particle model

Changes of state

Particle motion in gases

Density

Required practical: To investigate the densities of regular and irregular solid objects and liquids

Internal energy

Potential difference and current

Electric current

Circuit components

Series and parallel circuits

Electricity in the home

Investigating circuits

Required practical: Investigate I-V characteristics of circuit elements, including a filament lamp, a diode and a resistor at constant temperature.

Required practical: Use circuit diagrams to set up and check appropriate circuits to investigate the factors affecting the resistance of electrical circuits, including the length of a wire at a constant temperature and combinations of resistors in series and parallel

Transmitting electricity

Describing waves

Transverse and longitudinal waves

Transferring energy or information by waves

The electromagnetic spectrum

Magnetism and magnetic forces

Compasses and magnetic fields

The link between electricity and magnetism

The magnetic effect of a solenoid

Electric motors

Year 10 - Separates

Biology
Cells
Infectious disease
Cell division
Variation
Enzymes
Gas Exchange and Breathing
Disease
Nervous System
Evolution
Adaptation and competition
Inheritance
Plant Nutrition
Transport

Chemistry
Atomic Structure
Periodic Table
Bonding
Representing Reactions
Quantitative Chemistry
Aqueous Chemistry
Chemical Reactions
Organic Chemistry
Products from Oil
Detection and Identification of substances
Products from Rocks

Physics
Representing and measuring motion
Forces
Atomic structure
Nuclear fission
Thermal energy transfer
Work
Power
Energy
Energy in circuits
Electric charge
Mains electricity
Efficiency
Energy Resources
Representing and Measuring Motion
Friction
Solar Systems
Universe