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Our human body worksheets are a great additional resource to topics studied in the classroom, starting in KS1 and continuing all the way through to KS3. Some children continue to study the human body in their GCSE years and beyond, although this isn’t mandatory. With our great selection of worksheets, your child can get that little bit of extra support in an easily digestible format, with a range of resources ranging from revision to practice questions. All of our human body revision resources are aligned with the national curriculum and created to be appealing and engaging as well as educational.

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Regardless of the year your child is in, our human body test papers with answers and other resources are a helpful source of information for students to use outside of the classroom to ensure their knowledge stays up to scratch. Our science worksheets can be used to create human body revision notes in preparation for exams, so they’re ideal as an additional resource.


In KS1, teaching around the human body is very much focused on basic principles and facts. Children learn to identify their own body parts through our human body systems worksheets, and are also taught about the building blocks of good health such as a healthy diet, exercise and personal hygiene. This helps children to understand and begin to talk about their own bodies and also provides the groundwork for their future academic and personal learning.


KS1 Human body worksheets are based around relatable characters in the same age group. Images and language focus on basic concepts such as the senses. Starting with our year 1 human body worksheets and year 2 human body worksheets, KS1 gives a good overview and sets the building blocks for more advanced learning.

In KS2, teaching takes a more in-depth look at certain major areas of the human body, starting with our year 3 human body worksheets. These include the skeleton and the teeth, along with the digestive system and the circulatory system. They learn about puberty and how the body changes over time as they progress through year 4 human body revision. During the latter part of KS2 with our year 6 human body worksheets, your child will take a more in-depth look at personal health, especially the issues of diet and exercise.


KS2 Human body worksheets start to transition the child from looking at the human body in everyday terms and starting to analyse it scientifically. For example, they might show the parts of the digestive system in the context of a figure who is still recognisable as a child. They also start to draw connections between the human body and animal bodies. They’ll examine the principle that temperature changes can break down compounds to their parts, as well as learn how metal and non-metal oxides react differently and can be grouped on a pH scale relating to their acidity levels. They’ll also investigate why metal rusts and how different metals react to water and temperature.

In KS3, learning takes on a more formal, scientific tone - starting with our year 7 human body worksheet selection. Children look much more in-depth at important bodily functions such as the circulatory system and the respiratory system.


KS3 Human body worksheets reflect the increasingly scientific tone of the National Curriculum. As you progress into our year 8 human body worksheets, they introduce more detailed anatomical diagrams, Latin names and correct scientific terms. These are, however, always presented in an age-relevant way. All the way up to our GCSE human body worksheets, our resources are perfect for students looking to expand or refresh their knowledge on body parts, human systems or any other related topics.

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