Physics at Thomas Adams School
Modern Physics started with Sir Isaac Newton in the 1600s but people have always wondered about how to explain our place in the universe and the phenomena that we observe. In its broadest sense, Physics studies the Physical, seeking to explain all of nature’s mechanisms. Since Newton, the genius of Einstein and the Quantum Physicists of the 20th Century, Physics has revolutionised our lives. For the thinking, intuitive person, A level Physics presents challenges and rewards in equal measure.
5 GCSEs at C grade or above including Mathematics and CC in Science from a higher tier paper. Students who have sat triple science would need to have achieved a C in Physics.
Be advised that subject leaders strongly recommend at least B grades in Core Science, Additional Science and Mathematics in order to be successful on this course.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Thomas Adams School directly.