Physics is the study of the fundamental rules that are obeyed by everything in the universe. A good physicist isn’t just curious about how the world works, but also about why it is the way it is. At Numberprep we think this search for a deeper understanding of the universe is particularly exciting, and our physics tutor aims to make the subject more interesting and accessible for those struggling with the subject, and even more inspiring for those wanting to study a physical science at A-Level or University. 

At primary school your child will first be formally taught science and their natural inquisitiveness about how the world works has the potential to spark a lifelong interest in the subject. At Numberprep we teach physics alongside the other sciences in line with the National Curriculum, and ensure sessions are engaging by allowing your child to explore materials and make observations for themselves. Key Topics: Working scientifically, Materials, States of matter, Light, Sound, Forces and magnets, Electricity, Earth and space.

At primary school your child will first be formally taught science and their natural inquisitiveness about how the world works has the potential to spark a lifelong interest in the subject. At Numberprep we teach physics alongside the other sciences in line with the National Curriculum, and ensure sessions are engaging by allowing your child to explore materials and make observations for themselves.

Key Topics: Working scientifically, Materials, States of matter, Light, Sound, Forces and magnets, Electricity, Earth and space.

During secondary school, students may learn physics alongside the other sciences or as a separate subject. It is at this stage of the Curriculum that students start to develop an understanding of how many every day phenomena work, including electricity, light, magnetism and the four seasons. At Numberprep we use this relevance to the real world to help our students to more fully understand the more difficult parts of the syllabus. Key Topics: Energy, Motion and forces, Pressure in fluids, Waves, Electricity and electromagnetism, Matter, Space physics

During secondary school, students may learn physics alongside the other sciences or as a separate subject. It is at this stage of the Curriculum that students start to develop an understanding of how many every day phenomena work, including electricity, light, magnetism and the four seasons. At Numberprep we use this relevance to the real world to help our students to more fully understand the more difficult parts of the syllabus.

Key Topics: Energy, Motion and forces, Pressure in fluids, Waves, Electricity and electromagnetism, Matter, Space physics

At GCSE level, students learn about familiar topics such as electricity and energy in more depth, as well as starting to explore some of the more interesting applications of the science. Your child may learn physics as part of a combined (single or double) or separate (triple) science course at GCSE level, and at Numberprep we cater for all of these options with all exam boards including AQA. We will use simple explanations and examples to build their understanding of the subject, and will continuously assess their progress so that those topics which they struggle with most will feel more familiar by the time they sit their exams. Key Topics: Energy, Forces, Motion, Wave motion, Electricity, Magnetism and electromagnetism, The structure of matter, Atomic structure, Space physics.

At GCSE level, students learn about familiar topics such as electricity and energy in more depth, as well as starting to explore some of the more interesting applications of the science. Your child may learn physics as part of a combined (single or double) or separate (triple) science course at GCSE level, and at Numberprep we cater for all of these options with all exam boards including AQA. We will use simple explanations and examples to build their understanding of the subject, and will continuously assess their progress so that those topics which they struggle with most will feel more familiar by the time they sit their exams.

Key Topics: Energy, Forces, Motion, Wave motion, Electricity, Magnetism and electromagnetism, The structure of matter, Atomic structure, Space physics.

At A-Level, students develop a deeper understanding of a huge range of topics, from the fundamental particles which make up everything to mechanics and electromagnetism. At the same time they learn about some of the experiments which led to our physics as we know it today. Some of the more abstract or unfamiliar topics can be particularly challenging, so at Numberprep we adapt our tutoring to the individual to help you to build a solid foundation of understanding which is important both for the exams, and if you are planning on studying engineering or a physical science at University. We cater for all major exam boards, including OCR and AQA. Key topics: Particles and radiation, Waves and optics, Mechanics and materials, Electricity, Thermal physics, Fields, Nuclear physics.

At A-Level, students develop a deeper understanding of a huge range of topics, from the fundamental particles which make up everything to mechanics and electromagnetism. At the same time they learn about some of the experiments which led to our physics as we know it today. Some of the more abstract or unfamiliar topics can be particularly challenging, so at Numberprep we adapt our tutoring to the individual to help you to build a solid foundation of understanding which is important both for the exams, and if you are planning on studying engineering or a physical science at University. We cater for all major exam boards, including OCR and AQA.

Key topics: Particles and radiation, Waves and optics, Mechanics and materials, Electricity, Thermal physics, Fields, Nuclear physics.

If you are interested in tuition please contact us.