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How we can fight infections.
While immunity is the first defence against infections, medicines are needed when immunity fails.
This will be the last of the three lessons and will start on the third Saturday of every month.
Online lessons dates and time

All pupils enrolled on the infectious diseases course part three will join Dr Tejal Madhwani on the following dates from 3.00pm to 3.40pm GMT.

  • 16th May 2020
  • 20th June 2020
  • 18th July 2020
  • 15th August 2020


£30:00 FREE


3 to 10 Pupils


12 to 16


40 minutes

The course learning objectives are:

  1. Describe the body’s immune system.
  2. Identify the role of antibiotics and painkillers.
  3. Identify resilience of infectious pathogen.

At the end of this course the pupil should be able to:

  1. Explain how your body detects and fights the pathogen.
  2. Recognise how do antibiotics and painkillers work.
  3. Recognise how the pathogens builds resistance, give examples.
This course is designed for pupils ages 12 and above, who would like to get an in depth understanding of infectious diseases and how your body builds immunity.

There are no prerequisite

The infectious diseases course is in three parts.

Part 1 scheduled for every first Saturday of the month.

Part 2 scheduled for every second Saturday of the month.

Part 3 scheduled for every third Saturday of the month.

This course is...
  • suitable for pupils from any country.
  • designed to consolidate key skills.
  • ideal for pupils requiring direct instructions.

All instructions are in English.


Parents are required to fill out the form to reserve a FREE place for their child on the infectious disease course.

Please leave your name and email.

We will email you the link for your child to join the lesson. Places are limited so please only request if your child is able to attend. Do let us know if your child is unable to attend and you wish to re-book for another dates.

Infectious Disease Lesson Enrolment Form