Series Name

Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Science 2016

Supporting success in science  

Our simple, inclusive and inspiring resources will help you with delivering great science teaching for GCSE (9-1). 

Our Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Science course includes:

  • S103-11-16-Science-Guide-CoverStudent Books covering Combined Science, Combined Science (Support Edition) , and separate sciences
  • online resources containing thousands of worksheets, videos, animations and powerpoints
  • support for all learners, including resources and student books specifically written for students targeting grades 1 to 3 in Combined Science
  • an assessment and tracking service to identify where students require additional support and to formulate grade predictions
  • targeted intervention and revision resources 
  • workbooks to support delivering core practicals and homework.

Discover how our KS3 and KS4 resources work together to support success at GCSE right from the start of Year 7. Download our 11-16 Science resources guide (PDF, 7.75 Mb) 

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Find out more about Edexcel's unbeatable support for GCSE (9-1) Science.
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Series Includes:

Student Books

1 x Target Grade 5 intervention workbook

4 x Target Grade 7 intervention workbook

3 x Lab Books

2 x Homework and Skills books

ActiveLearn Digital Service

The full annual subscription includes:

  • Homework practice and support (powered by ActiveLearn)
  • Front-of-class teaching resources (powered by ActiveTeach)
  • Teacher planning materials (Planner and Teacher and Technician Planning Pack)
  • Activity and Assessment Pack  

 

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