Year 9 Science: Biology

Activities to support your learning

New Biology Online Lesson 11 - The Nervous System
Watch this online lesson on the nervous system. Then go to Educake and take the relevant quiz.


Biology Online Lesson 10 - Factors that affect transpiration
Watch this online lesson on factors that affect transpiration. Then go to Educake and take the relevant quiz.


Biology Online Lesson 9 - Specialised plant cells and transpiration
Watch this online lesson on plant cells and transpiration. Then go to Educake and take the relevant quiz.


Biology Online Lesson 8 - Blood and Blood Vessels
Watch this online lesson on blood. Then go to Educake and take the relevant quiz.


Biology Online Lesson 7 - The Circulatory System
Watch this online lesson on The Circulatory System. Then go to Educake and take the relevant quiz.


Biology Online Lesson 6 - Stem Cells
Watch this online lesson on Stem Cells. Then go to Educake and take the relevant quiz.


Biology Online Lesson 5 - Cell Cycle and Cell specialisation
Watch this online lesson on Cell Cycle and Cell specialisation. You will need the password: carrmanor. Then go to Educake and take the quiz titled H&F Biology Cell Specialisation.


Biology Online Lesson 4 - Mitosis
Watch this online lesson on Mitosis. You will need the password: carrmanor. Then go to Educake to take the quiz, the title is: 18/05 Y9 Biology - Mitosis.


Biology Online Lesson 3 - Respiration
Watch this online lesson on respiration. It also includes a quiz for you to complete.


Biology Online Lesson 2 - Transport in cells
Watch this online lesson on transport in cells. It also includes a quiz for you to complete.


Biology Online Lesson 1 - Revision
Watch this online lesson and complete the tasks. It also includes a quiz for you to complete.


Year 9 science planner
Use this planner to help you organise the work that you should be completing over the coming weeks.


Use the following revision broadsheets and complete as much as you can:
Year 9 Biology Revision Broadsheets

documentSending your work to your teacher

You can send either a file (eg. a Word file or PowerPoint file) or a photograph of your handwritten work to your teacher.

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Make sure you include your name and your teacher's name in the subject of the email.

Send your email to:

scienceteacher@carrmanor.org.uk

Your teacher will then reply to you on the email address you emailed them from, so please make sure you are checking your emails.

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