Physics at St Paul's Catholic College
Physics today uses up to date images and information to develop the ideas which are at the heart of any physics course. Physisists study a range of topics from the very small - inside the atom, to the very large - the formation and history of the universe, electricity, magnetism, Newton’s laws of motion, and many other new topics.Physics is often described as the most fundamental science. You will look at the world around us and try to describe and explain what’s going on. You will study the physics of particles like quarks and at the opposite end of the scale, the universe and how it was formed. You will also look at the technology of materials and digital images and how they’re used. You will develop logical thinking and technical language explanations.
5+ A*-C, at least 2 B+ Science GCSE
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Paul's Catholic College directly.