Awards night for the county’s best and brightest Physics stars
Aspiring physicists from across Lincolnshire attended a special event hosted by the School of mathematics and Physics at the University of Lincoln.
The Young Physicist of the Year evening, on Monday 6th July, was held to celebrate the talent of exceptional students studying Physics in the county’s surrounding schools.
Sponsored by The Ogden Trust which seeks to support enrichment events in physics and provides funding to support students and teachers across the country, a total of 14 pupils received awards from local schools, including William Farr School, Lincoln University Technical College and the Priory Academy LSST.
Priory Academy LSST Physics teacher Roger Thompson-Moulding said: “We nominated Jamie Willerton for the award because he achieved the highest score in our mock exams and demonstrated mastery of practical techniques in the Investigative Skills Assessments test. As such, he has shown both real commitment to his studies of Physics and the ability to achieve at a high level. We are delighted this has been recognised by such a prestigious award from the University of Lincoln.”
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