Video for Metabolism/Energy: Hummingbirds

Posted by mjovery on May 3, 2008 in Additional, Additional Applied, AQA A, Schemes of work |

You can use a number of videos for Biology topic on Metabolism….. A number of videos of Hummingbirds (taken on vacation in Arizona) are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/mjovery You can easily EMBED these videos in your presentations. Some key facts about Hummingbirds: Hummingbirds feed on the nectar of plants and are important pollinators, especially of deep-throated, […]

Online Revision

Posted by mjovery on January 8, 2008 in Additional, Additional Applied, Announcements, AQA A, Schemes of work |

Online Revision Portal is now open at www.webschool.org.uk/revision Mrs Walker’s Online Revision Page is located at www.webschool.org.uk/biology/

Our Interactive Science Activities

Posted by mjovery on January 4, 2008 in Additional, Additional Applied, Announcements, AQA A, Schemes of work |

Hot Potatoes is a powerful resource for producing a range of interactive activities. All you need to do is enter the data for your exercises (questions, answers, responses etc.), and press a button. The program will create the Web pages for you, if needed. They can then be uploaded them to one of our websites. […]

Generating Electricity using Wind Power

Posted by mjovery on December 21, 2007 in AQA A |

Students in Year 10 focus o­n a real environmental and energy issue. Using a model turbine, they measure the output voltage as a function of distance (related to wind speed) from the wind source. The wind source is provided by a hair dryer… More images are located o­n our Image Gallery

Gifted and Talented Projects (Yrs 10/11)

Posted by mjovery on September 1, 2007 in Additional, Additional Applied, AQA A, Schemes of work |

Here is the full set of G and T Projects for all the courses in Year 10 and Year 11. giftedscience.zip Awards/Prizes will be provided for all the identified students who complete these assignments. The bonus for us is that we can use the presentations as part of the teaching resources….and even ask the students […]

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