- Mock exams and revision sessions will be conducted through the year
- Two end of year exams will take place in May/ June 2020
This course is planning to start September 2024 and You will complete the course in one year.
You will achieve a GCSE qualification in Biology.
GCSE Biology gives students the chance to gain a good understanding of Human Biology, Organisms, Evolution and the Environment. You will learn in the science laboratories with experienced and enthusiastic tutors. The specification integrates the principles of ‘Working Scientifically’ throughout the topics in required practicals. The course gives students the context of how science is applied in the outside world by real scientists. The course is aimed at any age group as education is ageless.
You can view AQA course specifications by clicking on the link below;
Old Mill Lane campus
This course costs £400. This course may be FREE to study depending on your circumstances – please see the drop-down option below for more details. The fee includes a text book. An introductory 6 week course must be completed at an additional cost of £100, full fee payable. Related additional costs may include materials, equipment, etc. which are payable by all students.
You may not have to pay for this course if you are employed but earn below £21,255 a year, or if you receive Job Seekers Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance or Universal Credit. If you are unemployed, actively seeking employment and receive Council Tax Benefit, Housing Benefit, Income Support or WFTC then you may also receive funding for this course. You will need to provide evidence of your eligibility which will be checked at enrolment.
This course is funded by South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority (SYMCA) and/or West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA). You must be living in the South or West Yorkshire regions to qualify for funding.
If the course is listed as full fee payable, you will have to pay for the course.
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Our Additional Learning Support team can provide you with the support you need. Please contact them on +44 (0)1226 216 769.
Please note we reserve the right to change details without notice. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.