Physics at The New Sixth Bath
This course aims to provide insights into how the Universe works. The subject is both fascinating and complex and is ideal for anyone who wants to challenge themselves.
Unit 1: Mechanics. Forces and motion, such as how parachutes stop a fighter jet , work and energy including the work of Gallileo.
Unit 2: Electrons, Waves and Photons. Building circuits, looking at wave/particle duality and the work of Planck and Einstein.
Unit 3: Practical Skills in Physics. The following skills are assessed: competence, measurement, analysis and evaluation, observation and interpretation.
Unit 4: The Newtonian World. To include circular motion and gravity.
Unit 5: Field, Particles and Frontiers of Physics. Ideal gases, magnetic fields and nuclear physics fusion, fission and radioactivity, modelling the Universe and discussing its future.
Unit 6: Practical Skills in Physics 2. The following skills are assessed: physical ideas, methods, communica-tion, observation and measurement, analysis, interpretation, evaluation and manipulation.
Students will have a minimum of a grade B in GCSE Physics or Additional Science. They will also have a minimum grade B in mathematics, although higher grades would be preferred. They will have an interest in science, particularly physics.
Studying Physics at A level will provide students with a wealth of opportunities in all branches of engineering, scientific research, medicine or astronomy. Employers value the analytical and logical mind of the physicist and the rigour of this A level would be welcome on almost any course.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The New Sixth Bath directly.