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Lower Sixth Take On The Senior Physics Challenge

15 Feb

Three Sixth Form students were awarded Gold in the Senior Physics Challenge.

Ten of Princethorpe's finest physicists competed in this year’s online Senior Physics Challenge alongside over 5,500 pupils from 290 schools across the UK.

The Sixth Form students completed two multiple choice tests, each with 20 challenging and diverse questions. Head of Physics, Dan Lee, was delighted with their results commenting, “The British Physics Olympiad Challenges are well respected tests. Our students all did very well, congratulations to them all.”

Well done to Zak Abba, Jack Grindal, Andy Wills, Archy Walker and Jake Lambert for achieving the Bronze Award; Emma Sarkies and Oliver Llewellyn for achieving the Silver Award and a special mention to Chris Lock, Alex Flegg and Joseph Newborough, who all achieved the highest accolade of Gold.

Tagged  2022-2023  Sixth Form