Studying biology deepens our understanding of how living organisms work (from the largest mammals to microscopic DNA), how we evolved and how to improve health.

By studying biology students hone their analysis skills, problem solving, research skills, learn to record and present data. All of which are transferable to many other subjects.

Our experienced Biology tutors are here to tackle any problem areas. They are passionate about their subject and are ready to help students overcome any obstacle in order to help them achieve the grades they need to take their studies to the next level.

11+ Common Entrance Biology

  • Life processes

  • Humans and other animals

  • Green plants

  • Variation and classification

  • Living things in their environment

  • Microorganisms


13+ Common Entrance Biology

  • Cells and cell functions

  • Humans as organisms

  • Green plants as organisms

  • Variation, classification and inheritance

  • Living things in their environment

  • Feeding relationships


GCSE Biology

  • Keeping healthy

  • Nerves and hormones

  • The use and abuse of drugs

  • Interdependence and adaption

  • Energy and biomass in food chains

  • Waste materials from plants and animals

  • Genetic variation and its control

  • Evolution

  • Cells and simple cell transport

  • Tissues, organs and organ systems

  • Photosynthesis

  • Organisms and their environment

  • Proteins- their functions and uses

  • Aerobic and anaerobic respiration

  • Cell division and inheritance

  • Speciation

  • Movement of molecules in and out of cells

  • Transport systems in plants and animals

  • Homeostasis

  • Humans and their environment

  • Plan practical experiments

  • Risk assessment

  • Collect and interpret data


A-level Biology

  • Biological molecules

  • Cells

  • Organisms exchange substances with their environment

  • Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms

  • Energy transfers in and between organisms

  • Organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments

  • Genetics, populations, evolutions and ecosystems

  • The control of gene expression


IB Biology

  • Statistical analysis

  • Cells

  • Chemical elements and water

  • Genetics

  • Ecology and evolution

  • Human health and physiology

  • Nucleic acid and proteins

  • Cell respiration and photosynthesis

  • Plant science

  • Genetics