Has anyone figured out how they're going to go about running the new AQA science ISAs yet? I've just tried working it out and for each ISA exam our kids sit, it will have to use a minimum of 8 double lessons (a double lesson being 1 hr 10 mins at my school). At my school that's 3 weeks of teaching time which we can barely spare. I plan for: a single is 35 mins and a double is 1 hr 10 mins. 1 single + homework for planning and research 1 single for going through the pupils' methods and ensuring they're going to work. 1 double for the part 1 exam 1 double for the practical investigation including results table and graph plotting 1 double for the part 2 exam. Currently I'm trying to work out solutions to this problem but I wondered if anyone has come up with anything workable yet? Since we run physics chemistry and biology separately I'm considering teaming up with the other departments to steal some of their time but this will create huge timetable nightmares. The previous ISAs took us 2 doubles, which was bad enough, but these are going to completely sap our limited teaching time. Thoughts? Thoughts?