Unit Award Scheme


In successfully completing this unit, the Learner will have

Evidence needed

demonstrated the ability to

1dissect a flower to examine its anatomySummary sheet

shown knowledge of

2the five main parts of a flower, eg stigma, ovary, ovule, anther and petals and their respective functionsStudent completed work
3what a pollinator is and why they are importantStudent completed work
4why flowers are often colourful and sweet-smellingStudent completed work
5seven examples of a pollinator, eg birds, bees and the windStudent completed work
6the six main components of an arthropod, ie head, thorax, abdomen, legs, antennae and wingsStudent completed work
7what an exoskeleton isStudent completed work

acquired an understanding of

8how to encourage pollinators such as bees into the gardenSummary sheet
9a butterfly's and silkworm's lifecyclesSummary sheet
10what is meant by ecdysisStudent completed work


11exploring the garden for 10 different types of flower.Student completed work

All outcomes recorded on an AQA Summary Sheet

Approved 3 August 2017Level - Level Two