The Rugby School Online A-level Biology self-paced course is designed to drill into the most difficult concepts and topics across all exam board syllabuses; those that our teachers have discovered tend to trip students up in A2 exams.
There is a minimum of 8 hours’ material in this self-paced course, but much more if you use it effectively as part of your revision programme – revisiting the videos, memorising some of the animations and retesting yourself on the questions posed.
Each of the following topics are comprehensively explained through videos involving verbal explanations and animations, and varied multiple-choice questions:
These self-paced materials can be used standalone as part of your own structured revision programme; or supplemented with our Easter 2 or 4-day Sprint Finish/Small Group intensive revision sessions.
If you have any queries, please get in touch, and we will be happy to assist.
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Self-paced Lesson Pack
* site licence
8 hours’ self-paced revision resources per subject
* site licence
2-day whole syllabus coverage taught online
Easter 4-day Online Course
* per student
2-day Sprint Finish plus 2-days Small Group exam practice
Jonathan studied Medicine at Imperial College London before completing a PGCE at Roehampton University. Since then, he has taught Secondary Science for over a decade in inner London state schools, an international school in Malaysia and prestigious independent schools, including St. Paul’s School and Godolphin and Latymer School.
Jonathan has taught Biology across all A-Level examination boards and the International Baccalaureate. He has also been a moderator for OCR and IB.
Jonathan has a deep passion for Biology, and 14 years after leaving university embarked on a Master’s degree in Biomedical and Molecular Sciences Research at King’s College London. Not only did he graduate with distinction, but the findings from his research project confirmed the presence of a previously unknown genetic cause for the high mortality and morbidity rate of asthmatic patients when they contract the Common Cold.
Jonathan has held various positions of responsibility, including Head of 6th form Science, Head of Biology, 2nd in Charge of Science Faculty, and Lead for G & T.
Furthermore, Jonathan has considerable experience in supporting students applying for biomedical-related courses such as medicine, dentistry and veterinary science as well as win places at Oxford and Cambridge.