Find out about our Physics, Chemistry and Biology course and how they relate to the world we live in. If you are looking to further your studies, this is a great introductory course to GCSE Science.

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Introduction to Science

Find out about scientific methods, and how theories and laws are discovered. Get to know the people who made discoveries and how they changed our world. You will also have the chance to participate in experiments to see these topics in action.

Duration: 5 weeks

Location: Online

Price: £61/£30.50

This is an online course delivered from one of our virtual classrooms. Teaching methods include tutor presentations, supported by downloadable resources, group and individual activities, peer discussions and critiques, with use of information and learning technologies where appropriate.

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GCSE Biology

We offer separate GCSE’s in Biology, following the AQA specifications – you can find further details here – https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/science/gcse/biology-8461

You can choose between taking a foundation exam paper or a higher exam paper, the highest grade available on Foundation paper is grade 5 and the highest grade available on Higher is grade 9. Your tutor will help you to decide what paper is right for you.

 

Topics included in GCSE Biology

  • Cell biology
  • Infection and response
  • Bioenergetics
  • Homeostasis and response
  • Inheritance, variation and evolution
  • Ecology
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GCSE Chemistry

We offer separate GCSE’s in Chemistry, following the AQA specifications – you can find further details here – https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/science/gcse/chemistry-8462. You can choose between taking a foundation exam paper or a higher exam paper, the highest grade available on Foundation paper is grade 5 and the highest grade available on Higher is grade 9. Your tutor will help you to decide what paper is right for you.

 

Topics included in GCSE Chemistry

  • Understanding of the fundamental aspects of chemistry
  • atomic structure
  • bonding
  • properties of matter
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How to enrol

Further details, including course information sheets, are available through the full list of courses.

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