Sixth Form Open Evening 2019 for 2020 entry is Tuesday 24th September, 5pm till 8pm. We are looking forward to welcoming you all.
Whole School Open Day is Saturday 5th October 2019, please join us from 9am till 1pm.



  • To help pupils acquire a systematic body of knowledge and understanding of Physics.
  • To help pupils appreciate that the concepts of Physics are constantly developing.
  • To stimulate pupils’ interest in Physics, so encouraging them to undertake further studies.
  • To encourage an understanding of technological applications of Physics and its importance as a subject of social, economic and industrial relevance.
  • To continuously challenge pupils to encourage them to reach their full potential.


In Years 7 and 8 Physics is taught as a separate subject. In Years 9, 10 and 11 either the AQA Physics GCSE or the AQA Trilogy Combined Science GCSE course can be studied.


  • Four laboratories and one preparation area.
  • Three fully equipped ICT laboratories used by both GCSE and A level classes.
  • An extremely wide range of practical resources used to facilitate learning and to develop practical skills.
  • Class sets of data loggers are available for use in each laboratory along with the relevant software.
  • Kerboodle and Google Classroom are available to all academic Years 7 to 13.


A variety of trips at KS3 and KS4 run each year linked to the Ogden Trust who provide us with funding to subsidise the cost of these. They include visiting a planetarium, an observatory, the Science Museum in London and Jodrell Bank.


  • Arduino Club for KS3.
  • Revision classes for both KS4 and KS5.
  • For KS3 Physics Olympics Competitions run annually, again linked with The Ogden Trust.

Mrs P Wild
Joint Head of Science and Assistant Head (Data)