The Biology course at Chipping Norton School aims to inspire students in a variety of topics ranging from Human Biology, to biochemical processes and ecological interactions. By studying Biology at Chipping Norton School students will develop into well rounded scientists. They will leave with honed practical skills gained through lab-work and field-work as well as a well-rounded appreciation of how society makes decisions about scientific issues, and how Biology contributes to the success of the economy. AQA is our chosen exam board.
The aim of this course is to provide a detailed yet widespread knowledge of Biology and to equip students with the necessary investigative skills to continue studying science at University. It builds on existing knowledge and allows for students interested in any aspect of Biology to develop their enthusiasm and passion for the subjects many aspects.
Topics include; Biological molecules, Cells, How organisms exchange substances with their environment, Genetic information, Variation, Relationships between organisms.
Topics include; Biological molecules, Cells, How organisms exchange substances with their environment, Genetic information, Variation, Relationships between organisms, Energy transfers in and between organisms, Organisms responses to their internal and external environment, Genetics, populations, evolution and ecosystems and The control of gene expression.
Medicine, Veterinary Science, Nursing, Biochemistry, Biology, Zoology, Physiotherapy, Ecology, Sports Sciences, Forensics, and many, many more related courses.