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Physics

Exploding stars, fission reactors, superconductors and particle accelerators.

With a hands-on experimental focus, we take pupils on an adventure of discovery to understand the universe at its most fundamental levels, help them to develop highly valuable problem-solving skills at every stage of learning, and instil in them a healthy respect for the scientific method.

Always aiming to build an in-depth understanding from basic principles, our excellent teachers also regularly link the fascinating theories to their real-world applications. Our teachers cater for all abilities using many varied methods to allow pupils to access content in different ways and provide the support they need to progress skills.

Our pupils excel, we consistently show that we add value to pupils’ attainment in public exams. Alongside this pupils’ achievements in external competitions, for example the Physics Olympiad and Ogden Physics Challenge, have been outstanding.

Why do universities and employers love Physics pupils? The higher level skills developed translate to many applications:

I. Problem solving skills
II. Applying Maths to real life situations
III. Communicating logic behind conclusions
IV. Data analysis skills

Classroom-based learning is complemented with many enrichment events and trips throughout the year. With opportunities ranging from lunch-time interactive webinar lectures with UK universities, a trip to the Medical Physics Department at the local hospital, to the annual trip to Geneva visiting the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.

Latest News

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1st XV beat Marlborough

1st XV beat Marlborough

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Old Blundellian's break new world record

Old Blundellian's take on 3,000 mile Atlantic challenge

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Blundell’s School announces new Director of Cricket Dean Headley

Blundell’s School announces new Director of Cricket Dean Headley

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U16 Girls Hockey Cup Success in National Plate Competition

U16 Girls Hockey Cup Team Beat Claysmore School in National Plate Competition

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World Challenge Expedition Morocco

During the summer a team of pupils set out on a World Challenge Expedition to Morocco.

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National Cup Rugby Success

Blundell's 1st XV enjoy a great victory at Sir Thomas Rich's School in the Under 18 National Rugby Cup

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Blundell’s Clay Pigeon Shooting success at Marlborough

Blundell’s Clay Pigeon Shooting success at Marlborough

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Blundell's pupils attend National Finals of the Goldsmiths' Company Community Engagement Awards

Blundell’s was selected as one of eight national finalists from an initial 147 schools from both the private and state sector.

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Blundell's Girls Selected for England Hockey Talent Academy

Congratulations to Pippa, Lucy, Emily, Bella, and Alice who have been selected for England Hockey Talent Academy.

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