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School Closes - Friday 19th July - 12:30pm End of Summer Term - We wish all of our families a wonderful summer break.

Staff Training Date Change- The training day due to take place on Friday 27th June 2025 has now been changed to Monday 4th November 2024.

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School Closes - Friday 19th July - 12:30pm End of Summer Term - We wish all of our families a wonderful summer break.

Staff Training Date Change- The training day due to take place on Friday 27th June 2025 has now been changed to Monday 4th November 2024.

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Home Learning

Science

Hi year 7 students!

You need to know how to work safely in the lab. You need to understand how to spot risks, hazards and understand hazard symbols. To help you with this, click on the URL and follow the steps below:

  1. Read through the key points.
  2. Watch the video.
  3. Read through the information about risks and hazards, and then have a go at the online activity.
  4. Read through the information about lab rules and then have a go at the online activity.
  5. Read through the information about how to use a Bunsen burner.
  6. Finally, test your knowledge by having a go at the online quiz.

You also need to know how to draw scientific apparatus. You will need to use diagrams to show how scientific apparatus is set up and how to draw them in 2D. To help you with this, click on the URL and follow the steps below:

  1. Read through the key points.
  2. Read through the information about diagrams of equipment.
  3. Read the instructions about how to draw apparatus.
  4. Read the information about practical techniques.
  5. Read the information about reading a scale.
  6. Finally, test your knowledge by having a go at the online quiz.

You should understand that scientific studies can be biased. It is important to recognise when this is the case. Scientists review each other鈥檚 conclusions from new research. To help you understand this, click on the URL and follow the steps below:

  1. Read through the key points.
  2. Watch the video.
  3. Read the information about bias in data.
  4. Read the information about bias in language.
  5. Read the information about peer review.
  6. Finally, test your knowledge by having a go at the online quiz.
Coast and Vale Learning Trust

About Coast and Vale Learning Trust

The Coast and Vale Learning Trust in Scarborough aims to improve education in the locality through establishing coherent and collaborative practice across schools and other educational institutions in the area.