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Biology at Skegness Academy

Course description

The course involves a study of the main chemicals in the cell, providing an introduction to biochemistry and emphasising how all life on earth follows a similar pattern. The cell itself is studied in detail and then how cells are specialised to form the different organs in animals and plants. Genetics considers the laws governing inheritance and what we know about the structure of the gene, whilst evolution involves some of the great ideas in biology and provides a unifying principle for the subject. Both plant and human biology are covered in the course.

Units covered at AS

Unit F211: Cells, exchange and transport.

Unit F212: Molecules, biodiversity, food and health.

Unit F213: Practical skills in biology. Units covered at A2

Unit F214: Communication, homeostasis and energy.

Unit F215: Control, genomes and environment.

Unit F216: Practical skills in biology.

Entry requirements

5 + A* to C grades at GCSE including C grade or above in English and C grade or above in mathematics

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Skegness Academy directly.

Last updated date: 18 June 2014

Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1-2 years

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