Biology

Biology is the science of living organisms (including animals, plants, fungi and microorganisms) and their interactions with each other and the environment. The study of biology in a secondary school involves collecting and interpreting information about the natural world to identify patterns and relate possible cause and effect. Biological information is used to help humans improve their own lives and strive to create a sustainable world for future generations. Teaching such an exciting subject like Biology, showing how the complex and diverse phenomenon of the natural world supports their everyday lives, will enthuse all of your students At Barr Beacon we are committed to providing an outstanding training programme created and tailored to your needs, delivered by experienced and outstanding practitioners, dedicated to help produce science teachers that can bring out every pupil’s natural curiosity of the world around them.

UCAS Code 3B5W

Available at the following schools:

  • (S) Shelfield Community Academy
  • (H) Bloxwich Academy
  • (G) Grace Academy Darlaston
  • (E) Etone College
  • (D) Dame Elizabeth Cadbury
  • (B) Brownhills School
  • (-) Barr Beacon School

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