Physics

Why study Physics?

The subject stimulates and excites curiosity about phenomena and events in the world; satisfying this curiosity with knowledge and understanding. Physics can engage students at many levels and is a spur to critical and creative thought. Through science, and Physics in particular, students understand how major scientific ideas contribute to technological change; impacting on industry, business and medicine improving the quality of life.

How will the skills and knowledge be taught?

Practical skills are a core element of the course. Students will develop strong problem-solving and analytical skills to tackle a wide variety of question types. Outside the classroom students have the opportunity to participate in competitions and attend several lectures and demonstrations to enrich and develop their interest in the subject.

Click on the Link to the official Cambridge website to read the full syllabus and look at some past examination papers.

Collaboration between RGS Vietnam and RGS UK

So many life-changing opportunities will be created for pupils and staff
Mr Sean Davey - RGSI’s Managing Director
This is a flagship project and an example for others to follow
Mr. Nguyen Hoang Long - Vietnam’s Ambassador to the UK
Together we can create a new paradigm and stronger version of international education
Mr Shaun Fenton - Headmaster of RGS UK