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Chemistry  - States of matter

Covering - solids, liquids, gases and energy transfer

 

Biology - Food exercise and staying healthy

Covering – food types, food/energy conversion in the body, healthy options, types of exercise linked to health benefits

SOUTHCOTE STEPS ASSESSMENT

 

Chemistry – States of Matter

 

Description

SS 

Explore and observe objects that are heated

11

Explore and observe objects that are cooled `

11

Give reasons why materials are used for a specific purpose independently

12

Know that some materials are changed by heating

12

Know some materials are changed by cooling

12

Know some materials are changed by bending and stretching

12

Aware that some changes are permanent and others are not

12

Classify changes as to whether they are reversible or irreversible

13

Classify objects as solid, liquid or gas and give basic properties

13

Compare and group materials on their solubility

14

Compare and group materials on their conductivity (electrical and thermal) `

14

Carry out evaporation to recover a substance from a solution

14

Use knowledge of S. L, G to decide how mixtures can separated by filtering, sieving and evaporating

14

Classify objects as solid, liquid or gas and give basic properties

14

Demonstrate or identify that dissolving, mixing and changing state can be reversible

14

Use correct terminology when describing changing state

14

Identify that if a new material has been made then the it is an irreversible change

14

Measure temperature at which changing state of materials can happen (to include water)

14

Demonstrate or identify that dissolving, mixing and changing state can be reversible

14

Use correct terminology when describing changing state

14

Biology – Staying healthy

 

Description

SS 

Aware of healthy and unhealthy lifestyle choices; food, teeth

8

Aware of healthy and unhealthy lifestyle choices; drugs, smoking, exercise

9

Aware of healthy and unhealthy lifestyle choices; drugs, smoking, exercise

11

Carry out a simple test to see how exercise impacts on the body

11

Describe the importance of exercise for humans

12

Describe the importance of a balanced diet for humans

12

Describe the importance of hygiene for humans

12

State the names of the three main food groups and what humans need them for; carbohydrates - energy, protein - growth and repair, fat - store of energy and insulation

13

Identify and describe simple functions of parts of the digestive system (mouth, tongue, esophagus, stomach, small intestine and large intestine)

14

Identify different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions

14

Identify and name the main parts of the human circulatory system

15

Describe the function of the heart, blood vessels and blood

15

Recognise the impact diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle can have on the way the body functions

15

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