Year 10 and Year 12 A level students who excel at physics.

21st Jul 2017

Year 10 and Year 12 A level students who excel at physics.

On Wednesday 30th June two students from The Blyth Academy were presented with Schools Physicist of the Year Awards 2017 at Northumbria University.

The event was hosted by The Ogden Trust and NUSTEM in recognition of the talent of exceptional students studying physics across the region. The awards ceremony was a great opportunity for the Academy to formally and publicly recognise both the excellence and effort of Year 10 female students and Year 12 A level students who excel at physics.

Katy Wilson (Year 10) and Natalie Roper (Year 12) were nominated by Mrs Wendy Cooper -Science Faculty Lead, for their exceptional talent in Physics. Mrs Cooper, who attended the event with the parents of Katy and Natalie, said "I was delighted to nominate both students for this Award because of their hard work, determination and natural talent for physics. They are a credit to the Science Faculty and The Blyth Academy".

Both students were presented with Excellence Certificates and book tokens funded by The Ogden Trust. As prize-winners, the girls are also eligible to apply for events and other programmes offered by Alumni Association.

7-290-img0856.JPGPictured L-R Miss S Ramsden (Principal) Natalie Roper, Katy Wilson, Mrs W Cooper