Queen Anne's School, Caversham

Queen Anne's School, Henley Road, Caversham, Berkshire, England, RG4 6DXMap Icon

T: +44(0) 118 918 7300

F: +44(0) 118 918 7310

E: office@qas.org.uk



Physics is a radical, fast moving and innovative subject which covers a HUGE range of topics in science. The girls follow a syllabus that is broadly in line with the physics content of the National Curriculum, but is greater in both breadth and depth. We encourage pupils to link the subject content to their everyday experiences. There is a strong element of practical work, as well as a thorough grounding in the theory behind the experiments. We also emphasise the development of the essential scientific thinking skills that underpin the subject matter.

The Department

Head of Physics: Mrs Sarah Eagle
Physics: Mrs Elizabeth Beer
Physics: Mrs Deborah Goodchild

The Science Centre is a state-of-the art building with seven laboratories, all are fully networked with computer points at each work space. A class set of laptops is available for accessing the internet and the VLE (virtual learning environment), for modelling, simulations and data-logging. Every lab has a data projector, with most also having Smart Boards. The building has a dedicated Sixth Form computer suite, a dark room and an integral greenhouse on the top floor.

Extra Curricular Activities

Students are visited by outside speakers and experts in the field of physics to stretch the girls’ learning and understanding of the subject outside of the academic world.

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