Year 10 Science

Core Program

This course covers the key subject area of Chemistry.

Our term courses are scheduled in line with public school term dates. There are 4 terms per year and usually 10 lessons per term, with one lesson each week. You can commence our courses at any time, however a new term starts in late January, April, July and October.

Our Chemistry course enable students to:

  • Develop knowledge of Chemistry concepts and the scientific method through theoretical and practical learning and experimentation.

Program schedules are designed to allow maximum flexibility for students.

Course Structure
  • Chemistry
  • 4 terms in a year, 10 weeks in a term
  • 1 hour lessons per week, during term
  • Can be combined with Physics (Chemistry + Physics: 2 hour lessons per week)
  • Can be combined with English/Maths (Chemistry + English/Maths: 2.5 hour lessons per week)
  • Can be combined with Physics and English/Maths (Chemistry + Physics + English/Maths: 3.5 hour lessons per week)
  • Can be combined with English and Maths (Chemistry + English + Maths: 4 hour lessons per week)
  • Students attend lessons at their allocated time schedule
  • Small class group based
  • Registered teachers
Course Outline

Year 10 CHEMISTRY

Term 1
Week 1 — Elements, Compounds and Formulae
Week 2 — Atomic Structure, Isotopes and Relative Atomic Mass
Week 3 — The Periodic Table
Week 4 — Metallic Bonding
Week 5 — Ionic Bonding
Week 6 — Covalent Bonding
Week 7 — Writing Chemical Equations
Week 8 — Term Test
Week 9 — Compounds and Mixtures
Week 10 — Separation Techniques

  • On Campus
    face-to-face

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