At SATs Companion we are excited to announce that we have added Science as a new module on the system!
The team at SATs Companion have been working hard over the summer to provide you with exclusive and engaging content for KS2 Science this September! – Set a solid foundation for the new academic year with our new course.
Pupils can now access the module in the practice section of the platform!
Engage your pupils in interesting science concepts such as;
- Evolution and Inheritance
- Living Things
- Light and Sounds
…And much more!
SATs Companion’s Science module is aligned to the Key Stage Two National Curriculum. Develop your pupils’ scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding through the specific disciplines of Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
What’s covered in each year group?
- Plants, including parts of plants, needs of plants and their life cycle.
- Animals, including humans, focusing on nutrition, skeletons and muscles.
- Rocks, including comparing rocks, looking at fossils and understanding how soil is made.
- Light, looking at how light is reflected, how shadows are formed and can change.
- Forces and Magnets, focusing on attraction and repulsion of magnets, magnetic materials and the two poles of a magnet.
- Living things and their habitats, including classifying living things and looking at changes to environments.
- Animals, including humans, focusing on eating: teeth, the digestive system and food chains.
- States of Matter, including grouping materials, changing state, evaporation and condensation.
- Sound, looking at creation of sound through vibration and changes in pitch and volume.
- Electricity, including constructing a circuit and understanding conductors and insulators.
- Living things and their habitats, including life cycles of a mammal, amphibian, insect and bird.
- Animals, including humans, focusing on changes from birth to old age.
- Properties and changes of Materials, including dissolving, separating and reversible changes.
- Earth and Space, looking at the movement of the sun, earth and moon.
- Forces, including gravity, air resistance, water resistance and friction.
- Living things and their habitats, including classifying micro-organisms, plants and animals.
- Animals, including humans, focusing mainly on diet and exercise.
- Evolution and Inheritance, looking at fossils, reproduction and adaptation.
- Light, looking closely at how it travels and how shadows are made.
- Electricity, analysing the function of lamps, buzzers, cells and switches.
Were currently working hard to add more new content to the Science module, so be patient with us if you experience any issues. This Beta version will only be accessible to pupils on the practice section of the platform.
For technical support or general queries, submit feedback, using the feedback button on the platform, or reach out at email@example.com