“…the biggest innovations of the 21st Century will be the intersection of biology and technology” 

Steve Jobs, Founder of Apple


Key Stage 3 Biology lessons cover a range of topics including cells and organisation, skeletal and muscular systems, nutrition and digestion, photosynthesis, ecosystems, genetics and evolution. Topics include expert tuition on the scientific method, experimental skills, analysis, evaluation and measurement.


Key Stage 4 Biology lessons involve acquiring knowledge and understanding of biological facts, terminology, concepts, principles and practical techniques. Through a series of short topics students will be assisted to apply their understanding and evaluate unfamiliar information. Students are advised to be studying KS4 level Maths and English to get the most out of these lessons.


Explorer lessons take the chance to go ‘off grid’ and look into those nooks and crannies not featured on a usual school curriculum. What do you want to learn about? UK Wildlife, coral reefs, parasites, monkeys, viruses…? Get in touch and let us know your passion!


Beautiful, brilliant, bonkers Biology! Hop right in and explore our range of lessons looking at all things living

How big are viruses? How long are your intestines? What’s a brain made of? Why are coral reefs dying? How can you help save bats? Starfish, lobsters, toads and worms… There are about 9 million species on Earth – how many do you know about?

Biology is a massive and fast growing subject that can lead to loads of great jobs such as:

  • Biotechnologist
  • Dentist
  • Marine Biologist
  • Neuroscientist
  • Zoologist

Many more ideas for related jobs can be found here.

Biology is all around us...
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