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August 2010

Al-Hijrah (Boys) GCSE Results – Tuesday 24th August 2010

A Few Headlines
12 students
Percentage of students achieving A*-C = 100%
Percentage of students achieving A*/A = 25%

Note: This is the first Year 11 group at Al-Hijrah School to be entered for triple science. The school would not have been able to offer Physics without the direct support of the Physics Factory.

Al-Hijrah (Girls) GCSE Results – Tuesday 24th August 2010

A Few Headlines
17 students
Percentage of students achieving A*-C = 100%
Percentage of students achieving A*/A = 35%

Note: Note: This is the first Year 11 group at Al-Hijrah School to be entered for triple science. The school would not have been able to offer Physics without the direct support of the Physics Factory.

New Teacher/Student Displays at Five Ways

The stairway leading to the Physics Factory classroom has recently had some large photographs displayed of teachers and students having fun at the Physics Factory!

Baverstock GCSE Results – Tuesday 24th August 2010

“I am delighted with our Science results and the improvement in Physics. Many of our most able Scientists have benefited by attending the Physics Factory. The sessions have made a real difference enabling them to achieve the highest grades. Students have told me they have also enjoyed the lessons too! I am sure we will use the Physics Factory again next year.” David Green, Headteacher Baverstock School.
“I’m so pleased with my grade B in Physics. The Physics Factory has been brilliant for me. I was taught AQA P2 and P3 units at the Physics Factory and achieved a grade A in both of these units.” Sarah Johnson, Baverstock School.

Waverley GCSE results – Tuesday 24th August 2010

Congratulations to (from left to right) Noor Shah (A), Usman Ahmed (A*), and Hussein Farah (A) who all achieved the grades required to join King Edward VI Five Ways Sixth Form in September 2010.
I’m so pleased with our students triple science Physics grades. This is the first time our school has been able to offer seperate science Physics and would not have been possible without the students being taught by Phil at the Physics Factory.’ Asiyat Ravat, Deputy Headteacher Waverley School.
I’m over the Moon about achieving a grade A in Physics! I was only predicted to achieve a grade B. I’ve really enjoyed the lessons at the Physics Factory and have chosen to study Physics at A Level at Cadbury College. If it hadn’t of been for the Physics Factory I would definately not have chosen to study Physics at A Level. Naseem Kaid (right).
I have just found out that I have achieved a grade B in Physics, I am so pleased as I was only predicted a grade C. My A level choices do not include Physics but I am now seriously reconsidering my options and may now choose Physics. Balal Nazeer (left).

Second Physics Factory taking shape

The new Physics Factory at King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy is almost finished and will be ready to open at the start of the new academic year in September. To check availability for bookings click on the Sheldon Calendar link.

Much-needed storage and prep space

The lab – almost finished!
Dedicated entrance with parking for visitors

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