Exploring Science International

 
 

Exploring science

Inspiring 11–14 science with seamless progression to International GCSEs

Exploring Science International: Our leading 11–14 science course just got even better!

This new course is designed specifically for international students and provides the specific skills needed to progress to International GCSE, along with complete coverage of the Edexcel iLowerSecondary Award and the UK Curriculum objectives.  

Get access to your 60-day free trial! 

Sign up here to get 60-day access to digital resources on our ActiveLearn platform. ActiveLearn is the digital component of the course which has been designed to save you time by bringing all your planning, teaching and assessment needs across one online service.

What's in the free trial?

You'll receive all of the Year 7 front-of-class digital resources, including videos, interactives, PowerPoints and hundreds of worksheets, as well as Teacher and Technician's notes.

We'll also be including access to ActiveBooks for Year 7, 8 and 9, so you can get a feel for how the course progresses to get your students ready for International GCSE.

  • Real-world science to spark your students’ curiosity and inspire the next generation of scientists.
  • Delivering the specific skills needed to progress to International GCSE (9–1) Sciences.
  • Written with international students in mind with international examples and culturally sensitive coverage of topics.
  • Free Interactive Scheme of work makes it simple to adapt topic order and assessment to meet the needs of your classroom.

Authored by Mark Levesley, Penny Johnson, Sue Kearsey, and Iain Brand.

Student Books to spark your students’ curiosity.

Take a look at sample spreads from the Year 7, 8 and 9 Student Books. You can see examples of Biology, Chemistry and Physics units.

Our Exploring Science International Student Books provide:

  • content for a broad and balanced science curriculum
  • real-life science your students can relate to, with stunning facts, case studies and photographs
  • STEM spreads focussing on key skills and jobs for the future
  • Working Scientifically spreads focussing on the enquiry, practical and mathematical skills needed for future progress.
 

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