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Focusing on the structure and functions of a variety of organisms and considering human interactions with the environment.
Focusing on the structure and functions of a variety of organisms and considering human interactions with the environment, this course will also provide you with an appreciation of how society makes decisions about scientific issues and how the sciences contribute to the success of the economy and society.
Students must also produce a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate their competence in a variety of practical tasks (Practical Endorsement).
Standard entry requirements to include grade 5 English Language or Literature and grade 5 Maths, plus GCSE 6 in Biology or 66 in Core Science & Additional Science
£30 for textbooks and practice exam papers, plus optional field trips and visits.
This programme is designed to support students with the potential of achieving high grades at A Level and Vocational Diploma and helps to prepare them for Oxford, Cambridge and the Russell Group Universities.
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract.
There are many options for students wishing to pursue a career in Biology, including teacher, researcher, laboratory work, medical sales, science writing, healthcare and more. Students may consider direct entry into employment or further training.
A key course for students planning to continue on to university to study subjects including medicine, dentistry, veterinary science, biochemistry, marine biology, midwifery, nursing, environmental science, physiotherapy and sports science. It also provides a strong grounding for those wishing to pursue many other subject areas at degree level.
I came to The Henley College from Chiltern Edge School. I thoroughly enjoyed studying GCSE Biology at school and I have always wanted to do something in the medical profession. I thought A Level Biology would be very useful if I wanted to pursue that career path.
I really enjoyed the practical side of Biology, learning about genetics, how diseases/mutations are inherited from parents and the majority of human biology, in particular the kidneys and liver.
After College I would like to go on to either train as a dental nurse or study a nursing degree at university.