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Start exploring the world of science with vibrant print books and interactive ActiveLearn resources.

Exploring Science is our popular KS3 science series. It builds a foundation of science skills while fostering students' natural curiosity about their world. 

This course is suitable for students who will go on to study any awarding bodies' GCSE science specifications.

What's in the series?

Inspire the next generation of scientists with
real-world, practical science

  • Fascinating facts, examples, and activities.
  • Stunning videos from the BBC and Sky News.
  • Questions encourage students to connect what they're learning with their world.
  • Plus over 150 engaging practicals – linked to topics – on ActiveLearn.

Take a closer look at the Student Books

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Build skills from the start of year 7

  • Build a foundation of essential skills and support students with differing prior learning.
  • Develop practical, mathematical, and literacy skills with focused sections and integrated activities.

  • In addition to the course, we work with current teachers to provide you with free, downloadable skills support.

Explore the support available

A broad KS3 curriculum that adapts to your needs

Exploring Science is ready to use with a 2- or 3-year KS3.

Log in to our free Interactive Scheme of Work, available with or without an ActiveLearn subscription, to build your personalised teaching plan.

Drag and drop topics and any missing prior learning will be flagged, then share your scheme of work with your team. It takes some of the pain out of planning.

Get started with the iSOW

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The Teacher Partner Programme

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We worked in partnership with our Teacher Partner Programme to give you new
planning, teaching and assessment support for Exploring Science in 2019.

Find out more about the Teacher Partner Programme.

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