Biology A Level at osmington bay for secondary schools

Course introduction

All three of our field studies centres are at coastal locations and also have easy access to rivers, allowing you to study aspects of marine, coastal and fluvial environments with ease.

Not only that, but our experienced team are well placed to run the biology course you need for your advanced level students. Our high 1:6 staff to student ratio enables us to provide better individual support as your students go about their investigations.

Tablet devices are available for your students to collect data, and they can use our IT facilities to analyse their results and prepare reports. They can also use online case studies and secondary evidence to make comparisons with their own findings.

We will always strive to ensure we meet your group’s learning needs – as directed by you. Before you arrive, we’ll design a programme that best meets your requirements, and we’ll be there to support you throughout your course.

And as a responsible provider, you can rely on us to take care of all aspects of the health and safety of your group during your stay – you’re in safe hands with us.

Activities

The PGL Adventure Bonus
Choose from our popular on-site adventure activities, such as zip wire, giant swing, trapeze, climbing and abseiling, to complement your study sessions and tailor-make your course to your requirements.

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A typical itinerary for this course

Sample programme for a 5 day Biology and Environmental Science Field Studies course
  Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
07.30-09.00   Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
09.00-12.00   Half day: Introduction to Ecology and Sampling Techniques Full day: Freshwater Ecology of a Mountain Stream - morning session Full day: Marine Zonation of a Rocky Shore - morning session Half day: Ecological Succession on a Hydrosere
12.00-14.00   Lunch at centre Packed lunch Packed lunch Lunch at centre
14.00-17.00 15.30 onwards - arrive on centre, unpack and orientation Half day: Introduction to Marine Biology Full day: Freshwater Ecology of a Mountain Stream - afternoon session Full day: Marine Zonation of a Rocky Shore - afternoon session Depart centre after lunch
17.00-19.00 Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner  
19.00-21.00 Evening Entertainment
Splash
Follow-up session Follow-up session Follow-up session  

Facilities

  • Sports hall
  • Indoor Activity Zone
  • Classrooms
  • Teachers’ lounge
  • ICT facilities
  • Bar
  • Shop

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Accommodation

Chalets

  • Students - En suite rooms sleep 4-6
  • Teachers - Single or twin en suite rooms

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