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Exploring Science Working Scientifically

Prepare for GCSE success from the start of Year 7

Our Exploring Science course has been designed to provide you with the best preparation for the new GCSE.

Our Exploring Science course:

  • S101-Explorinng-Science-Guide-Coverbuilds the required skills in literacy, mathematics and practicals, following evidence-based approaches to the teaching of Literacy and Numeracy, and tackles barriers holding students back
  • helps you to track and report on students’ progress with baseline, end-of-unit and end-of-year assessments fully integrated in the course  
  • is powered by our ActiveLearn Digital Service, which provides front of class teaching resources, activity packs, planning tools and automarked homework and practice activities for your students, all in one subscription.




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Try before you buy

Try free sample units for Years 7, 8 and 9.
> Try samples units 

See how our Year 9 resources help to prepare students for GCSE study.
> Try our free Year 9 unit

Read our course guide to fully understand how Exploring Science can work for you and your KS3 students.
> Download our course guide (PDF 23.3MB)

Try In-class, Homework and Practice and Teacher planning online resources.
> ActiveLearn 

See how Exploring Science can be used over 2, 2.5 and 3 years
> Download your free schemes of work (Zip file, 1.12 Mb)

KS3 Exploring Science:

x3 Student Books

x2 Lab Books (New! for Edexcel and AQA)

x3 Teacher and Technician Planning Packs 

x3  Activity Packs 

x3  Assessment Support 

ActiveLearn, which includes:

  • Front-of-class teaching resources
  • Homework practice and support (automarked)
  • Teacher planning materials
  • Progression and assessment materials


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