Science Online Classes

to a minimum of 10 online classes. Price starting from

5 USD

per class

  All our lesson materials are designed by qualified British teachers to meet international standards. Our UK-based primary school curriculums are designed for students of all levels, starting from Year 1 (Key Stage 1) through Year 6 (Key Stage 2). The lesson materials are structured in a way that builds on previous lessons and takes a student progressively through a curriculum, exactly like a British school. With our online school, students get the best of both worlds, they get to use technologically advanced educational materials and have them delivered by experienced UK and Indian tutors.

  1. A complete online school curriculum to support and advance your child's learning
  2. Access to a qualified British and Indian tutor to teach the classes
  3. Pronunciation improvement and accent reduction
  4. Improve speaking, reading, listening, writing skills
  5. Strengthen grammar knowledge and vocabulary
  6. Improve students performance

Redfox Character

Year - 1

Ages 5-6

  • Parts of a plant
  • Growing seeds
  • Terrific trees
  • My body
  • My senses
  • Grouping animals
  • What do I eat?
  • Animal bodies
  • Naming materials
  • Objects and materials
  • Materials properties
  • Sorting Materials
  • Seasons
  • Seasonal changes - spring summer
  • Changing weather
  • Animals in winter
  • Staying safe in summer
  • Lego
  • Mae Jamison
  • Zoos
  • Weather Inventions
  • Vets
  • Super senses
  • Parts of a plant
  • Growing seeds
  • Terrific trees
  • My body
  • My senses
  • Grouping animals
  • What do I eat?
  • Animal bodies
  • Naming materials
  • Objects and materials
  • Materials properties
  • Sorting Materials
  • Seasons
  • Seasonal changes - spring summer
  • Changing weather
  • Animals in winter
  • Staying safe in summer
  • Lego
  • Mae Jamison
  • Zoos
  • Weather Inventions
  • Vets
  • Super senses

Year - 2

Ages 6-7

  • Observing plants
  • Seeds and bulbs
  • Life cycles
  • What does a plant need?
  • Plants we eat
  • Living, dead, or never alive
  • Local habitats
  • Micro habitats
  • World habitats
  • Working together to stay alive
  • Food chains
  • Animal babies
  • Growing up
  • Basic needs
  • Healthy eating
  • Keeping clean
  • Identifying uses
  • Material changes
  • Material properties
  • Recycling
  • Climate change
  • Reduce recycle reuse
  • Rainforest animals
  • Energy experts
  • Endangered animals
Aaryan Character
  • Observing plants
  • Seeds and bulbs
  • Life cycles
  • What does a plant need?
  • Plants we eat
  • Living, dead, or never alive
  • Local habitats
  • Micro habitats
  • World habitats
  • Working together to stay alive
  • Food chains
  • Animal babies
  • Growing up
  • Basic needs
  • Healthy eating
  • Keeping clean
  • Identifying uses
  • Material changes
  • Material properties
  • Recycling
  • Climate change
  • Reduce recycle reuse
  • Rainforest animals
  • Energy experts
  • Endangered animals
Tiffany Character

Year - 3

Ages 7-8

  • Light and dark
  • Reflection
  • Sun safety
  • Shadows
  • Light and dark facts challenge
  • Parts of the plants
  • What do plat need
  • Fantastic flowers
  • Life cycle
  • Photosynthesis
  • Types of rock
  • Fantastic fossils
  • The fossil hunter
  • Rocks and soil
  • Rock facts
  • Nutrition
  • Types of skeletons
  • Functions of skeletons
  • Muscles
  • Looking after ourselves
  • Pushes and pulls
  • Faster and slower
  • Magnets
  • Light and dark
  • Reflection
  • Sun safety
  • Shadows
  • Light and dark facts challenge
  • Parts of the plants
  • What do plat need
  • Fantastic flowers
  • Life cycle
  • Photosynthesis
  • Types of rock
  • Fantastic fossils
  • The fossil hunter
  • Rocks and soil
  • Rock facts
  • Nutrition
  • Types of skeletons
  • Functions of skeletons
  • Muscles
  • Looking after ourselves
  • Pushes and pulls
  • Faster and slower
  • Magnets

Year - 4

Ages 8-9

  • Grouping living things
  • Classifying vertebrates
  • Classifying invertebrates
  • Classification keys
  • Exciting electricity
  • Everyday electricity
  • Insulators and conductors
  • Solids, liquids, and gasses
  • Investigating gasses
  • The water cycle
  • Changing states of water
  • The digestive system
  • The digestive system function
  • Food chains
  • Sound
  • How does sound travel?
Tarit Character
  • Grouping living things
  • Classifying vertebrates
  • Classifying invertebrates
  • Classification keys
  • Exciting electricity
  • Everyday electricity
  • Insulators and conductors
  • Solids, liquids, and gasses
  • Investigating gasses
  • The water cycle
  • Changing states of water
  • The digestive system
  • The digestive system function
  • Food chains
  • Sound
  • How does sound travel?
Jade Character

Year - 5

Unit 1 - Working Scientifically
  • Asking Scientific Questions and Planning Enquiries
  • Collecting and Recording Data
  • Making Conclusions
  • Using Evidence and Improving Enquiries
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 2 - Living things and their habitats and lifecycles
  • Describe the differences in the life cycles of a mammal, an amphibian, an insect and a bird
  • Describe the process of reproduction in some plants and animals
Unit 3 - Animals, Including Humans
  • Describe the changes as humans develop to old age
  • Learn about puberty and when and why this occurs
  • Compare gestation (pregnancy) periods of different animals
Unit 4 - Properties and Change of Materials
  • Properties and Uses of Materials
  • Reversible Changes
  • Irreversible Changes
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 5 - Earth and Space
  • Rocks and Soil
  • The Solar System
  • Day and Night
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 6 - Forces
  • Fabulous Forces
  • Gravity
  • Air Resistance
  • Water Resistance
  • Friction
  • Mechanisms
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 7 - Scientists and Inventors
  • Famous Scientists
  • The Inventions of these Scientists
  • The Real life Applications of their Inventions
Unit 1 - Working Scientifically
  • Asking Scientific Questions and Planning Enquiries
  • Collecting and Recording Data
  • Making Conclusions
  • Using Evidence and Improving Enquiries
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 2 - Living things and their habitats and lifecycles
  • Describe the differences in the life cycles of a mammal, an amphibian, an insect and a bird
  • Describe the process of reproduction in some plants and animals
Unit 3 - Animals, Including Humans
  • Describe the changes as humans develop to old age
  • Learn about puberty and when and why this occurs
  • Compare gestation (pregnancy) periods of different animals
Unit 4 - Properties and Change of Materials
  • Properties and Uses of Materials
  • Reversible Changes
  • Irreversible Changes
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 5 - Earth and Space
  • Rocks and Soil
  • The Solar System
  • Day and Night
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 6 - Forces
  • Fabulous Forces
  • Gravity
  • Air Resistance
  • Water Resistance
  • Friction
  • Mechanisms
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 7 - Scientists and Inventors
  • Famous Scientists
  • The Inventions of these Scientists
  • The Real life Applications of their Inventions

Year - 6

Unit 1 - Working Scientifically
  • Asking Scientific Questions and Planning Enquiries
  • Collecting and Recording Data
  • Making Conclusions
  • Using Evidence and Improving Enquiries
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 2 - Living things and their habitats
  • Describe how living things are classified into groups including micro-organisms, plants and animals
  • Give reasons for classifying plants and animals
Unit 3 - Animals, Including Humans
  • Identify and name parts and functions of the human circulatory system
  • Recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way the body functions
  • Describe how nutrients and water are transported within animals
Unit 4 - Evolution and Inheritance
  • Adaptation and Variation
  • Evidence for Evolution
  • Practice Questions
Unit 5 - Light
  • Light and Dark
  • How Light Travels
  • Shadows
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 6 - Electricity
  • Making Circuits
  • Breaking Circuits
  • Cells in Circuit
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 7 - Scientists and Inventors
  • Famous Scientists
  • The Inventions of these Scientists
  • The Real life Applications of their Inventions
Priya Character
Unit 1 - Working Scientifically
  • Asking Scientific Questions and Planning Enquiries
  • Collecting and Recording Data
  • Making Conclusions
  • Using Evidence and Improving Enquiries
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 2 - Living things and their habitats
  • Describe how living things are classified into groups including micro-organisms, plants and animals
  • Give reasons for classifying plants and animals
Unit 3 - Animals, Including Humans
  • identify and name parts and functions of the human circulatory system
  • Recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way the body functions
  • escribe how nutrients and water are transported within animals
Unit 4 - Evolution and Inheriatnce
  • Adaptation and Variation
  • Evidence for Evolution
  • Practice Questions
Unit 5 - Light
  • Light and Dark
  • How Light Travels
  • Shadows
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 6 - Electricity
  • Making Circuits
  • Breaking Circuits
  • Cells in Circuit
  • Practice Questions
  • Science at Home: Activities
Unit 7 - Scientists and Inventors
  • Famous Scientists
  • The Inventions of these Scientists
  • The Real life Applications of their Inventions

to a minimum of 10 online classes. Price starting from

5 USD

per class

Red Fox Education