Education Scotland and SQA have identified questions from Standard Grade Credit and Intermediate 2 papers from the last three years and matched them to Key Areas in the N5 Chemistry Curriculum.
This resource has been produced in response to the requests from practitioners who attended the National Qualifications Sciences events at Hampden Stadium in December 2013 which Education Scotland organised in partnership with the SQA.
The questions in this resource relate to National 5Chemistry and have been taken from the 2011, 2012 and 2013Standard Grade and Intermediate 2 Past Papers.
Booklets of past papers and answers have been collated for the three units and a problem solving booklet for teachers and students to use as part of their revision programme for the N5 exam.
Chemistry N5 Past Paper Questions Chemical Changes and Structure (pdf)
Chemistry N5 Past Paper Questions Chemical Changes and Structure
Chemistry N5 Past Paper Questions Chemistry in Society (pdf)
Chemistry N5 Past Paper Questions Chemistry in Society
Chemistry N5 Past Paper Questions Nature’s Chemistry (pdf)
Chemistry N5 Past Paper Questions Nature’s Chemistry
Chemistry N5 Past Paper Questions Problem Solving (pdf)
Chemistry N5 Past Paper Questions Problem Solving
The third Skills Conversation Day will take place at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness on Thursday 5th June 2014. Education Scotland are delighted to host the event with our education partners Highland Council and Skills Development Scotland.
The event will provide an opportunity for stakeholders to continue the conversations started at Loch Leven Community Campus in September and December 2013. The focus was on exploring the issues around developing a common language and understanding of skills and local approaches to engagement with employers, including contrasting rural and urban opportunities for work experience.
The key area of focus for the third event in the series will be how schools are planning for and recording progression in the development of skills. The conversations will pick up some of the inter-linked threads from previous events and weave these through the day’s presentations and activities.
The outcomes, materials and suggested actions generated from the day will be posted on the Education Scotland Learning Blog.