Electricity in the home

Electricity at home

This page covers:

Alternating current, cables & plugs, electrical currents

KS3 - Electrical Circuits recap

Electromagnetism and magnetism

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[wp-svg-icons icon="screen" wrap="span"] BBC Bitesize - Electromagnetism and magnetism


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Quizes for testing your physics knowledge.

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Test youself on charge, current & time.

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Sample exam questions.

[wp-svg-icons icon="screen" wrap="span"] BBC Bitesize: Mains electricity
Electricity can flow either as direct or alternating current, and is used in homes to power electrical appliances.


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