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Are you curious about the world we live in? We offer GCSEs in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Computer Science.
In addition, we have online self-study courses in Understanding Climate Change and Environmental Awareness, and Introduction to Neuroscience in Early Years.
We offer a range of e-learning, distance learning, intensive and fast-track courses for you to choose from.
Fast track course available starting January 2024.
We offer separate GCSE’s in Biology, following the AQA specifications – you can find further details here
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
- Homeostasis and response
- Inheritance, variation and evolution
Fast track course available starting January 2024.Complete the form below to find out more.
We offer separate GCSE’s in Biology, following the AQA specifications – you can find out further details here
This course gives you the chance to gain a good understanding of the fundamental aspects of physics
- Energy; Electricity
- Particle model of matter
- Atomic structure, Forces
- Magnetism and electromagnetism
- Space physics
This course will enable you to gain a GCSE in a science subject, which is required by many HE courses. GCSE Physics may count towards the entry qualifications for Access to Higher Education courses. You are advised to check the specific entry requirements with the university of your choice.
We offer separate GCSE’s in Chemistry, following the AQA specifications – you can find further details here . 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
- properties of matter
Introduction to Neuroscience in Early Years
This online self-study course is a key starting point for anyone looking for an introduction to neuroscience from birth to seven years. It will support learners who are seeking a career within the early years sector.
Learners will understand neuroscience and the early development of the brain. They will understand neurons, synaptogenesis and how the social brain develops. Furthermore, the learner will understand the limbic system and self-regulation. They will understand self-regulation and the factors that can affect its development. They will also learn about the three types of stress and about adverse childhood experiences. The learner will also learn to distinguish between behaviourist and relational approaches to behaviour management
Understanding Climate Change and Environmental Awareness
This online self study course is a key starting point for anyone looking for an introduction to the principles of climate change and environmental awareness. Learners will understand the nature of climate change and the role they can play in helping to reduce carbon emissions. Learners will gain the knowledge and understanding to act as drivers of positive change within the workplace and at home.
Our new STEM equipment opens up exciting opportunities for us to expand our educational outreach into the community. This will involve conducting engaging activities and in-demand qualifications for a diverse range of groups across levelling up areas. Additionally, these resources will significantly enrich our laboratory and experimental spaces, benefiting our accredited GCSE science, Access to HE, Family Learning, and Health and Social Care programs.
We have invested in an assortment of anatomical models and simulators, enhancing the overall learning experience by providing our students with practical, hands-on resources. These resources empower our learners to explore and apply their knowledge in a tangible way.
We’ve taken steps to support our online and hybrid learners by creating home learning kits. For example, one of the GCSE Biology required for practical’s. This allows learners to pick up a kit from their local centre and complete the experiment at home, enabling them to participate in the same educational activities as their peers in the classroom.
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