Physics students aim for the stars in British Physics Olympiad.

January 15, 2019, 4:07 pm

Physics students aim for the stars in British Physics Olympiad.

 

Three exceptionally talented Woking College Physics students excelled at what is known as the toughest science competition in the U.K.

 

Over 1,900 students competed nationwide with 1.000 students also taking part in China to be among the best young physicists

Woking College is proud to announce that three of its students received stellar awards which put them in the top 7% of those competing.

 

Tom Higginson achieved a remarkable Bronze Award and Mae Sambrook and Alex Wilson received Commendations.

 

Matthew Klein, Teacher of Physics praised the students for their abilities in problem solving and their fantastic knowledge of their subject.

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