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NEW AS resources available

More resources for new GCSE, AS & A levels to follow

All resources have been or are being revised for the new specifications and many are completely new. has been upgraded. There are more resources with MANY new WORKBOOKS and now after many requests with ANSWERS.  The site currently has lots of KS3, GCSE, AS & A2 resources with more constantly being added.

There are still LOTS of resources available for FREE on the A2 FREE , AS FREE and GCSE FREE pages.  

Some examples of the free resources are:

AS Practical - Water of crystallisation (example for practical competency development and assessment)

Amount of substance (Workbook - fully worked solutions are available)

NMR Spectroscopy (Powerpoint)

Dodgy mechanisms (Activity)

Transition metals introduction (Notes - fully worked version available)

There are many other resources available for FREE, but for full access including model answers the annual subscription is just £10.

New resources will be added regularly.

Please note that many new and updated resources are being added for the new GCSE, AS and A level over the next 18 months.
Terms & Conditions

Teacher subscriptions:  A subscription entitles a teacher to use these resources with their own classes.  In schools where more than one teacher uses the resources, each teacher needs a separate subscription (given the low price this seems very fair).  Your personal log on must not be shared with anyone else.

Student subscriptions: Students can subscribe (very useful for exam revision) and the subscription is for that individual student only. Your personal log on must not be shared with anyone else.

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Many resources contain characters from CHEMFONT which is a free download HERE.  

Health & safety

You will need to carry out your own risk assessment before carrying out any of the practical activities.

Latest additions include


What are chemicals? (Card sort activity)

What is Chemistry?




Alkanes & oil


First practicals designed for new competency development and assessment