GCSE Science Lab Books

GCSE Science Lab Books

All the support you need to teach the GCSE Science required practicals.

Our Student and Teacher Books guide you through each experiment with detailed technician notes, model results, advice on common student mistakes and additional experiments to extend knowledge.
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FREE Practical Videos

Teaching the required practical skills is going to be a little different this year without in-class practicals and no practical examinations in 2021.

Use our practical and key concept videos alongside our Lab Books to easily teach the knowledge and skills your GCSE students will need to answer practical-based questions. 

To claim your free access simply place an order for either 1 Teacher Lab Book or £80 worth of Student Lab Books with your local rep.

Available for 3 specifications:
Student & Teacher Lab Book Packs

Save up to 40% when you buy our Student and Teacher Lab Book Packs.

Includes: 30 Student Lab Books; 1 Teacher Lab Book

Save 20% when you top up on your Student Books with packs of 10.

Includes: 10 Student Lab Books
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What do teachers think?
Read Neil Dixon's review of our GCSE Lab Books and how they have helped to save him time, reduce stress and prepared students for the practical-based questions.
3 reasons to choose our Student Lab Books
1. Scaffolded questions
Guide students through the practical, the analysis of results and form a reasoned conclusion with scaffolded questions.
2. Further Application questions
Help students learn to apply their knowledge to new contexts with Further Application sections in the AQA and Pearson Edexcel International Student Lab Books.
3. Exam skills
Get ready for exam success with exam-style questions, guidance on how practicals are assessed, a list of useful equations, and a checklist to monitor progress.
3 reasons to choose our Teacher Lab Books
1. Technician Notes
Technician notes, complete with equipment lists and safety notes, help guide teachers through the core practicals and provide guidance around possible causes for different kinds of anomalous results.
2. Extra experiments
Each experiment has variations on the core practicals so you can complete them even if you don’t have the suggested equipment; as well as linked experiments and extension experiments.
3. Common mistakes
The teacher books highlight common student mistakes with explanations on how to address them.