The course was very engaging and inspiring! Rebecca Hall, Bournville.
The course was easy to understand, exciting and engaging! Catriona Young, Aston Manor.
The Waverley Year 11 group visited the kefw Physics Factory for the final time today and were taught an AS Physics lesson. The objective was to show the students the level of difficulty of the content at A Level in order that they can make a more informed decision about whether to choose Physics at post 16.
The group have been a credit to their school and a pleasure to teach! Philip Jones
Excellent course! I loved every minute! Saema Kauser, Lordswood Boys.
Excellent as usual. Very inspirational and enjoyable. Richard Burton, Bournville.
Very useful and inspiring! Kayleigh Bullock, Aston Manor.
Over 100 students from Queensbridge School are set to visit both Physics Factories this week for intensive support for their GCSE and BTEC courses.
11 AS Maths students from KESH Academy came to the Physics Factory to experience a practical approach to AS Mechanics. They studied velocity-time graphs using data-loggers, resolved forces, predicted and measured forces on an object on an inclined plane and experienced Newton’s Laws of motion on a hovercraft!
22 Year 10 Students from Hodgehill School visited the KESH Academy Physics Factory to complete their P2 IAA, investigating crumple zones and compression springs.
34 Students from Heartlands Academy visited the KESH Academy Physics Factory on Thursday 17th March for a whole day of GCSE and AS waves-themed Physics fun! They were taught the OCR GCSE waves topics, and got to sample some AS Physics with experiments on light interference and standing waves.
I wish science had been like this when I was at school! Helen Campbell, Derbyshire NQT (Technology)
Had Physics been taught like this way when I was at school I may have achieved more than a grade B at C.S.E! Theresa Brown, Staffordshire NQT (ICT)
This course made me excited to teach Physics! Cat Young
Excellent course, thoroughly enjoyed everything! Saema Kauser