As your child is studying for their GCSEs in Science, we would recommend to aid them in their revision, the purchase of the CGP revision materials for their Science studies. These resources cover all the topics, which will need to be revised for the final GCSE exams and also provide practice questions, which allow students to develop the necessary skills needed to tackle the exam questions.
We can order revision guides at reduced prices. Combined Science £4.50. Triple Science Biology £2.75. Triple Science Chemistry £2.75. Triple Science Physics £2.75.
There’s more to revision than just reading through study notes. If you really want to make sure you know GCSE Science topics, you’ll need to test yourself — and that’s where these Revision Question Cards come in!
The cards cover every key Grade 9-1 Edexcel topic. Each one starts off with quick questions to warm you up, followed by harder questions to get your brain into top gear. Flip the card over and you’ll find full answers to each question, carefully written to help you understand everything you need to know.
Along the way, there is plenty of diagrams and expert revision tips packed in, and there are even questions on Working Scientifically and Practical Skills.
We can order revision cards at reduced prices. Combined Science Biology £3.50. Combined Science Chemistry £3.50. Combined Science Physics £3.50. Triple Science Biology £4.50. Triple Science Chemistry £4.50. Triple Science Physics £4.50.
Please select which product(s) you would like and pay online via SCOPAY by 8/3/19. (We are now a cashless school).
Science Revision guide and cards
Our GCSE Options booklet and the PowerPoint presentation from Options Evening, held on 26th February, is now available on the school website under the ‘For Parents’ tab, and then Curriculum-GCSE Options Information. Alternatively you can simply follow this link:
The girls beat Manchester 20-29 in their first game, with Katie Shimmons, Zoe Parker and Megan Stokes running the game and leading the scoring. Some tough defence and strong rebounds from Ruby, Beth, Chloe, Sam, Jess, Isobel and Georgia ensured the opponents score was kept to a minimum.
This lead the girls to the final against Stockport – where the winner would be named as regional champions. Trinity who were representing Stockport were a strong team with a bench full of scoring threats. Tottington struggled to stop them from scoring in the first quarter and they ran some good fast breaks resulting in Tottington being 15 points down at half time. The girls continued to play strong defence and with some great baskets from Zoe and Katie, the scoring gap closed. However, Trinity stepped it up a gear in the final quarter, and Tottington looked tired – and the game finished 42-23, with Tottington gaining the ‘Regional Runners Up’ title.
Massively proud of the girls for their fantastic performance.
Mrs Z Carter, PE Teacher
The U16 Girls Team were:
Jess Kelly (Y10)
Chloe Chapman (Y10)
Sam Woodman (Y10)
On the 31st January 5,655 pupils in Bury exercised their democratic right to vote. Bury Council Youth Participation Worker, Adele Crowshaw contacted the school today to officially announce that our Head Girl, Elle-Sue Calderbank was voted in as 1st Deputy Leader for Bury Youth Parliament. Other successful students in the elections were Emma Greenwood from Woodhey High School who was elected as the new Member of Youth Parliament, and Josh Harcup from Prestwich Arts College who was voted as 2nd Deputy Leader for Bury.
Elle will represent the voice of students in Bury and campaign for issues close to the hearts of our young people. Mrs McCool, Head of Year at Tottington High School said, “We are so pleased and proud of our Head Girl who has worked very hard for this opportunity and we would like to congratulate her on a fantastic achievement.”