KS3 Science Now - KS3 Science Now Complete Digital Download

Digital download and online

Enrich and update your KS3 Science curriculum and prepare today’s pupils for GCSE 9-1 Science with this engaging, customisable and flexible digital download of the entire KS3 Science Now course.

Winner Teach Secondary Curriculum Impact Award 2023
Awarded the ASE's Green Tick evaluation 2023

Empower students to engage with science by providing an inspiring science education with this new KS3 Science student book.
·Review and revisit knowledge and make connections between topics with knowledge organisers for each unit
·Check understanding and consolidate learning with thousands of high-quality differentiated questions and answers
·Encourage pupils to track their own progress and grow in confidence and sense of achievement with pupil road maps
·Provide rich cultural capital and cultivate a sense of science identity and engagement with application of science in varied careers, reviewed by the WISE campaign
·Help pupils in the transition from KS2 and after disruption to schooling with accessible, visually-appealing content as well as supportive worked examples and scaffolding throughout the questions
·Build maths and practical skills in a variety of contexts with questions integrated into each unit
·Ideal complement to the Collins KS3 Lab Book
·Complete PDF version of the Student Book for easy navigation, access and display
·Complete Word version of the Teacher Guide for editing and printing

RRP: £1,200.00

ISBN

978-0-00-854627-4

Publication Date

03-10-2022

Format

Digital download and online

Pages

776 pages

Product Description

Enrich and update your KS3 Science curriculum and prepare today’s pupils for GCSE 9-1 Science with this engaging, customisable and flexible digital download of the entire KS3 Science Now course.

Winner Teach Secondary Curriculum Impact Award 2023
Awarded the ASE's Green Tick evaluation 2023

Empower students to engage with science by providing an inspiring science education with this new KS3 Science student book.
·Review and revisit knowledge and make connections between topics with knowledge organisers for each unit
·Check understanding and consolidate learning with thousands of high-quality differentiated questions and answers
·Encourage pupils to track their own progress and grow in confidence and sense of achievement with pupil road maps
·Provide rich cultural capital and cultivate a sense of science identity and engagement with application of science in varied careers, reviewed by the WISE campaign
·Help pupils in the transition from KS2 and after disruption to schooling with accessible, visually-appealing content as well as supportive worked examples and scaffolding throughout the questions
·Build maths and practical skills in a variety of contexts with questions integrated into each unit
·Ideal complement to the Collins KS3 Lab Book
·Complete PDF version of the Student Book for easy navigation, access and display
·Complete Word version of the Teacher Guide for editing and printing

Author

Tracey Baxter, Amanda Clegg, Karen Collins and Ed Walsh

Dr Tracey Baxter is an Independent Science Consultant. She works with the National Network of Science Learning Partnerships, supporting their offer to schools. Tracey works with multiple exam boards, and has authored a number of titles.Amanda Clegg is a school improvement consultant and leadership coach with over 30 years of science teaching experience. She is responsible for developing and delivering training resources and coaching programmes for a variety of organisations.Karen Collins is an educational consultant with over 20 years of teaching experience. She has written numerous science resources, and devises and delivers development training to teachers and school leaders.Ed Walsh has contributed to and edited a range of teaching materials for secondary science. He was a teacher, team leader, local authority consultant and SCITT lecturer. He is now a CPD trainer for AQA, a Senior Facilitator with the National STEM Learning Centre and runs sessions at the ASE Conference.