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A revision home learning or class worksheet with answers that covers Separation Techniques in C1 GCSE Chemistry.

Including Evaporation, Crystallisation, Filtration, labelled diagrams, questions and completing sentences.

Bundles containing this resource:
80 Homework Sheets Ultra Bundle GCSE Chemistry (AQA)
14 Sheet + Quiz Atomic Structure Mega Bundle GCSE
5 Sheet Separation Techniques Home Learning Bundle

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Atomic Structure
Separation Techniques

What’s inside?

  • 1 Revision/worksheet with a variety of different questions
  • 1 Answer sheet

Which content does it cover?

  • This practice sheet covers Topic 1 of Chemistry – Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table.
  • It’s designed for both GCSE Triple Award Science (separate sciences) and Double Award Science (combined science) students.
  • It’s optimised for the AQA Grade 9-1 Specification 2020

What are the questions like?

This worksheet has an optimal layout for a typical classroom lesson or for a homework task. For example, the diagram complete the sentences starter exercise introduces students to the topic whereas the ‘Main Stage’ develops their understanding. Other questions included are:

  • Labelling the diagram
  • Sorting steps in a practical
  • Practical questions
  • Challenging questions
  • Describing a method

About Rocket Sheets…

Rocket Sheets are setup in an ideal layout to build a student’s knowledge. The four stages imitate a rocket’s flight and are:


A quick starter or warm up.

Main Stage

The main learning and bulk of the content.


A challenge for those that want to extend their knowledge or find the exercises too easy.


A plenary at the end to conclude and summarise the information covered.


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Resource type


Age range

Age 14-16

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