The guidance outlines expected levels of progress of most students through Years Seven, Eight and Nine. The Scheme of Work comprises 37 teaching sequences presented as units of work, named by year-group from Years Seven to Nine: Unit 7C Environment and feeding relationships, Unit 7G Particle model of solids, liquids and gases, Unit 9E Reactions of metals and metal compounds, Unit 9M Investigating scientific questions. Website users are fully responsible for ensuring that any activity, including practical work, which they carry out is in accordance with current regulations related to health and safety and that an appropriate risk assessment has been carried out. Schemes of work show how the national curriculum programmes of study and attainment targets can be translated into a practical plan. This means that procedures reflect general practice and standards applicable at the time resources were produced and cannot be assumed to be acceptable today. ContextWhile the scheme of work is intended to be “a comprehensive and stimulating basis for schools planning their science curriculum for 2000 and beyond”, and to “help schools improve standards” the guidance stresses that the material was optional and shows “one way that they science programme of study can be interpreted for the classroom”. The units were written in such a way as to cover the statements of the National Curriculum programme of study. Please be aware that resources have been published on the website in the form that they were originally supplied. It was intended for adaptation by teachers to meet students’ diverse needs. The scheme was developed by QCA 'with teachers, advisors, researcher and those working in science education' – and informed by reports of good practice, research projects, and evidence from student performance in tests. This page contains worksheets, online activities and other educational resources to support teaching and learning about ourselves. Each of the suggested teaching activities has learning objectives and outcomes, and other relevant points to note. Published by the QCA. The guidance outlines expected levels of progress of most students through Years One to Six. This means that procedures reflect general practice and standards applicable at the time resources were produced and cannot be assumed to be acceptable today. Unit 2B: plants and animals in the local environment, Unit 4D: solids, liquids and how they can be separated, Unit 5/6H: enquiry in environmental and technological contexts, Unit 6D: reversible and irreversible changes (short unit). It dates back to early 2000 and has the complete breakdown of topics, learning objectives, outcomes, possible activities and teaching notes. I found this document after a long search on the internet. The scheme was developed by QCA 'with teachers, advisors, researcher and those working in science education' – and informed by reports of good. While the scheme of work is intended to be 'a comprehensive and stimulating basis for schools planning their science curriculum … A scheme of work produced as optional guidance from the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) to support the teaching of science at Key Stages One and Two (students aged 5-11), and intended to cover all the requirements of the 2000 National Curriculum programme of study. The units were written in such a way as to cover the statements of the National Curriculum programme of study. Please be aware that resources have been published on the website in the form that they were originally supplied. The teaching sequences of each of the units are suggested – each unit being mapped to the programme of study statements for science (both content and scientific enquiry), and links being provided to show where the unit fits in, prior learning, health and safety, language for learning, resources and out-of-school learning.