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Twenty First Century Science:: GCSE Biology Student Book

Evidence-based assessment and differentiated support for the new specifications

Author Neil Ingram, Author Alistair Moore, Author Gary Skinner, and Author Mark Winterbottom

Suitable for:  14 to 16

Price:  £25.00

ISBN: 978-0-19-835963-0
Publication date: 23/06/2016
Paperback: 328 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

Availability: In stock.

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These new resources have been written alongside the 2016 OCR GCSE Science (9-1) specifications. Maths and practical skills are developed throughout and an assessment item for every assessable learning outcome provides evidence of students' progress.


  • Working in partnership with the University of York Science Education Group, these new resources have been devised and written alongside the new 2016 specifications
  • Makes assessment and progress tracking easy, with an assessment item for every assessable learning outcome, providing teachers with evidence of their students' progress
  • Students of all abilities are supported through the new, more demanding GCSE
  • Worked examples and practice questions are incorporated throughout to support students with the new increased maths requirements, plus exclusive access to resources on Kerboodle
  • Practical skills are developed throughout the Student Books, with practice questions and a bank of flexible practical activities on Kerboodle
  • Multiple-choice, maths, practical, and synoptic practice questions are included throughout
  • Student-facing resources encourage independent learning and support progression to A Level
  • Accompanied by Kerboodle, the popular digital solution for Science teaching in the UK, with a bank of online resources to support assessment, differentiation, maths skills, and practicals

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