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Senior Physics Challenge

This year 32 boys from Warwick School entered the UK's Senior Physics Challenge.

The style of the competition looked for quick thinking and fluency in physics. This competition is taken nationally by the most able physicists who are in their first year of their A-Levels. This year 5300 pupils entered the competition from 380 schools, and the top 15% in the country earned a Gold certificate. 

We are pleased to announce the following boys earned certificates:


Euan McGarr
James Nash
Ben Shipton

Archie Mynott
Jack Pegler
Andrew Walker


Eoin Beevers
Thomas Firth
Joseph Lawlor
Oliver Watts

Ben Colliver
Jon Gulez
Oscar Lawson
Hervey Zhang


Shola Ajibade
Jasraaj Athwal
Bertie Herd
George Jones
James Marsh
James Parker
Guy Rawson
Peter Taylor-Watts
Ben Whittaker

William Allen
Oliver Harrison
Ed Jobburn
Henrick Ku
Nathan Ng
Guy Portlock
Sujin Subanthran
Aingaran Thavarasa
Timothy Yuen

It is pleasing to see so many achieve a certificate from this difficult competition, especially under such challenging times.  It is a testament to the hard work and talent these boys possess and to the support provided by the school and their teachers.  These boys can now use these results to enhance their UCAS applications next year.