Online Course  

limited time offer


Aligned to Edexcel, AQA, CCEA, OCR and National Curriculum Key Stages. 

Including full access to all course content and our Augmented Reality Application for one year.




HOLO12 is a unique new platform to make learning easier, more fun, and much more effective.

We combine beautifully crafted video tutorials with incredible animations and illustrations combined with Augmented Reality in one course that covers all the subjects needed to pass your Biology GCSE exams.

About This Course
Learning Checks

We have interactive self-assessment tests at the end of each Unit, that you can complete to test your progress throughout the course.

How to Use Our System

Once you enrol you will be sent your unique log in details and you can start your learning straight away.

We recommend that you start on Unit 1 and progress through the course in a linear way, but you can jump into any topic or subject whenever you like, it’s up to you. You can study on a laptop, pc, tablet or smartphone anytime and pick up where you left off anytime.

By using our HOLO12 app you can switch between stunning vidoe tutorials to AR and back again, at any time.

As you progress you can mark complete Units and lessons, but you can go back and view all and whatever you like anytime.

Augmented Reality

Our app is free to use for everyone, and you can easily add more models and learning experiences as you progress through the course.
Be amazed as 3D models of human anatomy and the heart comes to life right in front of you. Watch chase scenes from that African savannah and see how the cuttlefish changes to adapt to its environment to help it hunt and survive. Roam with the dinosaurs, and learn about life and ecology flying high with the incredible eagle and our many more models with detailed information, AR animations and powerful Voice Overs.


About This Course
What You Get

You can study at your own pace and you get unlimited access to all our GCSE Biology course content and Augmented Reality application for one year.  You can study on any device anytime, whenever suits you.

How to Book Your Exam

There are numerous ways for you to book your exam, we do not charge for this or offer this service but please see our free blog with more information on how you can do this.

4.8 Star Google Reviews

Our online courses have received incredible reviews over the last three years.

Get Ready to be Amazed.

With 10 units and over 150 Modules covering the complete GCSE curriculum in detail.


Avail of this offer now and be confident with our full money-back guarantee, T & Cs apply.





Learners can use a smartphone like a microscope to inspect and examine incredible 3D AR models.  Share the experience with friends, family and teachers and watch as they are amazed as the incredible models come to life in front of you.

Limited Time Offer

Download this incredible Augmented Reality application from the Google play store and Apple play store for Free.

Learning APPS with a Proven Track Record

Our AR learning and training apps have been used over 100,000 times by people all over the world.  Explore the natural world with this new incredibly exciting technology.

Immersive Learning

If a picture tells 1,000 words an augmented reality model tells a million. This isn’t a game its reality.

Incredible AR Models

Pick from our extensive library of the natural world and anatomy modules.  Use your phone or tablet like a microscope to zoom in.

Fully Integrated

All our courses have an accompanying AR application with incredible models to help learners better understand the concepts they are studying.

Beat Them at Their Own Game

For once a learning application that learners want to use, enjoy a shared experience learning all about the world around us and GCSE Biology.

holo12 course reviews

"Great courses recommended in 100%"

Izabela Kaczmarczyk

"The course is very well organized. All info is useful. Voice in the background is perfect, very warm and the ideal speed of talking. Overall well done!!! Highly recommend."

Agata Niedzialet-Ukaga

"Excellent put together courses that you can do from the comfort of your home at a time that suits you. Definitely the way forward."


"Excellent service and easy to follow!"

Leonard O Connell

"I really like the way that they explain and they give the information and during the course, they are asking a few things and that is perfect to be prepared for the final test. Also, the courses, in general, are so dynamic, in this way is better to learn and keep the information in your head."

Citlali Ramírez

"The course was very informative. Everything was explained in detail. The course was easy to navigate and it worked perfectly. "

Lauren Toner

"The Course was well organized and easy to follow. I would recommend"


Stephen Quilligan

"I found my whole experience with very professional, they give clear and easy step by step information but also get across the lesson altogether a very pleasant experience"

Sandra Flynn

"Really good course! I appreciated the fact that it is interactive as it keeps you alert and makes it easier to retain the info!"

Paula Bonda

"High-quality interactive learning courses are broken down into easy to follow modules. Great communication and reasonably priced."

Steven Corcoran

"I would highly recommend these courses to anyone. Very easy to manage and can be done at your own pace. Excellent quality"

Conor Flynn

"I actually enjoyed the course. It was well presented, with great interactions, graphics and videos. I would have no hesitation in recommending in the future."

Declan Hogan

biology online

Unit 1


Cells are the smallest unit of life, but that doesn’t mean they are simple. This course explores the structures of different cells and how those structures enable them to perform specialised functions. Learners will also discover some important cellular processes, including cell division, differentiation, and transport. It also provides an excellent foundation for anyone who wants to understand the key principles of cell biology and how they apply in the real world.

The Digestive System | A-Level Biology

Unit 2


Our bodies are incredibly complex. This unit will describe how single cells can organise themselves to form different tissues and organs. This information will then be used to understand the different levels of biological organisation in animals and plants. Further depth will then be covered learning about the process of digestion in humans, including which organs are involved and how these organs are adapted to perform their functions.

Biology Online | Next Generation Learning

Unit 3


Many say that achieving happiness in life is all about finding the right balance; this is true for living organisms. In this unit, homeostasis, the control system that keeps our bodies functioning optimally will be described. Furthermore, the nervous system, the structure of the eye, and how they function will be shown. Just like humans, plants produce hormones too. This unit will also cover the control and coordination in plants.

gcse biology course

Unit 4


There are different systems in the bodies of animals that allow them to exchange and transport substances. This unit will cover the organisation and the purpose of the circulatory system, including the structure and function of red blood cells. The structure of the human respiratory system will be explained and how the process works using gas exchange in humans as a model. Aerobic and anaerobic respiration will also be described.

gcse biology courses

Unit 5


This unit will provide information about the internal structure of plants, including the different types of tissues present in the roots, leaves, and stems. The processes of photosynthesis and transpiration will also be explored, and the factors that affect their rates of reaction. Finally, translocation, the important process of food transport throughout plants will be explained.

gcse human reproduction

Unit 6


Like all animals, the human body reproduces and gives birth to babies. This is possible because of the reproductive system. In this unit, the structure and function of the male and female reproductive systems are described, as well as puberty, the menstrual cycle, and the stages involved in pregnancy development.  Various contraceptive methods currently available to prevent pregnancy will also be analysed. Finally, infertility will be defined, and the methods used to overcome this issue, including in-vitro fertilisation (IVF). Just like humans, plants produce hormones too. This unit will cover the control and coordination in plants as well.

biology online

Unit 7


Although tiny, pathogens can cause a variety of diseases in both animals and plants. In this unit, pathogens will be described, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protists. We will also explore how the human body defends itself by looking at mechanical defences, the immune system, and active and passive immunity. Monoclonal antibody production will also be explained, and how these antibodies are used. Antibiotics, pain relief, and the stages involved in drug discovery will be discussed. Finally, examples of some diseases in plants will be seen, and how to identify them.

gcse genetics

Unit 8


Have you ever wondered why you inherit some traits, but not others, from your parents? In this unit, we will learn the basics of genetics, including the differences between DNA, RNA, genes, and chromosomes. We will also look at protein synthesis at a cellular level, and how this is linked to our genetic code. The topics of monohybrid inheritance, monohybrid cross, co-dominance, polygenetic inheritance, sex-linked characteristics, and sex determination in humans will be discussed. Finally, we will explain what embryo screening is, and what it is used for.

gcse biology

Unit 9


Have you ever noticed the evolution in your appearance over time? Similarly, lots of changes are seen in our entire species over several generations. This process is evolution and is based on the concept of natural selection. In this unit, the topics of variation and evolution will be taught. The unit then moves on to selective breeding and genetic engineering with examples of how these techniques are currently used. Finally, how organisms are classified will be explained, along with the concept of evolutionary trees.

gcse biology

Unit 10


To protect our planet from the effects of climate change, we need to understand how organisms interact with their environment. This unit describes how ecosystems are organised, the importance of biodiversity, and how energy is transferred through ecosystems. Finally, the central aspects of how human activities impact ecosystems, and ways of maintaining both biodiversity and food security will be assessed.

Get an exclusive 50% discount by signing up now.

limited time offer

Join the HOLO12 community for an exclusive chance to win FREE science and maths courses, gain FREE access to our Augmented Reality (AR) Biology app and receive huge discounts once we launch our Kickstarter campaign! Be at the forefront of your learning with HOLO12.



World Class Educator's

We have teamed up with some of the greatest scientific and mathematical educators from across the globe.

Augmented Reality

Technology that brings a shared inclusive, thrilling, and fun experience to life – the only limit is imagination!

Interactive MultiMedia

View and learn through an exceptional multi-sense experience that is similar to high-end gaming – it doesn’t feel like traditional education.

Easy to Use

Navigate the tech with ease – our system is super easy to use with a world Class LMS available.




Imagine using your smartphone just like a microscope to inspect and examine 3D scientific and models!

Be amazed as 3D models of human anatomy and the heart comes to life right in front of you.