Biology is the science of life. Its name is derived from the Greek words "bios" (life) and "logos" (study). Biologists study the structure, function, growth, origin, evolution and distribution of living organisms.

Biology is a key subject for lots of STEM careers, particularly in healthcare, medicine and jobs involving plants or animals. The list is pretty long and includes: nursing, dentistry, forensic science, psychology, physiotherapy, botany, environmental science, zoology, geology, oceanography, pharmaceuticals, energy, teaching, science writing, genetics and research.

Biology opens up exciting career possibilities. From conservation to cancer research, biologists are tackling important 21st century challenges, and we need skilled young people to be part of this. It is also important to remember that biology is excellent preparation for non-scientific careers, thanks to the skills it provides – everything from analytical thinking to writing reports.

Our school is one the few secondary schools which are equipped with advanced laboratory equipment, including but not limited to a Thermo-cycler for PCR. It enables our students to conduct scientific investigation on Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology.

Thermo-cycler for Polymerase Chain Reactions(PCR)

Senior form student doing an experiment on DNA fingerprinting