A Level Physics at The King's Academy
Physicist a are still searching for answers to the big questions: How did the Universe begin? How will it end? Can we slow down time? Is space curved? Is anybody out there? Is light a wave of a particle? We think that the answers to the big questions can be found by studying the smallest possible particles. To study the smallest particles in the Universe we have built a machine which is 27km long!
In recent years tis search has also produced the World Wide Web, supercomputers, cheap digital cameras and many more High Tech applications. Physics underpins many major advances in technology and physicists are involved at all levels.
Waves and quantum behaviour
Space and Mapping
Models and rules
Matter in extremes
Fundamental particles of matter
At least two grade Bs in any GCSE Science courses and a B in Maths.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The King's Academy directly.