At the end of last term ten of our physics students took part in the A2 British Physics Olympiad Competition.

The competition recognises excellence in young physicists through four annual physics competitions and an exam.  These challenges require students to apply their A-Level physics knowledge to challenging questions.

Our students prepared for the challenge by attending our Further Physics Society each week during last year.

Six of the group achieved a bronze award or better, which places them in the top 750 physicists in the country for their age group.

Particular congratulations go to Matthew Scally who has placed in the top 200 nationwide; Sankalan Bhattacharyya (Silver), and Harry Cookson, Angus Harrington, Charlie Davies and Toby Mills (Bronze).

Well done to all students who took part!

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