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20 AWESOME ideas for learning about FORCES. Great for Key Stage 1 and Keys Stage 2 #Science

Circle Theorems for GCSE and iGCSE. More information and maths revision on www.gcserevisionguide.co.uk

Larger than A1 in size - The Waves Wall Chart is ideal for your Physics classroom. Suitable from GCSE to A-Level, it is colourful, concise and outlines the key concepts of this topic. Purchase it for your classroom from only £5

Printable trigonometry worksheets. Each worksheets is visual, differentiated and fun. Includes a range of useful free teaching resources.

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Cool download where you type what you want and it writes it using the periodic table. Cool for science bulletin boards!

Mme Merriman's Classroom: MAD SCIENCE - Bulletin board constructed creatively by science teacher, this is a great visual to be displayed in the classroom for students to learn and can be used with different topics such as earth science, chemistry or physics.

Common geometry formulas you can use to calculate the area, perimeter, and circumference of various plane figures.

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Thought this could be a fun way to implement a physical activity lesson that gets students moving and interacting with others. This activity relates to the health and physical education planned curriculum, focusing on the strand of movement competence: skills, concepts and strategies. Students get to spin the board and whatever it falls on he or she must complete the physical movement for a certain amount of time.