Physics teaches you how to break problems down, to deal with complicated relationships and look for patterns, so it is a good preparation for a wide range of careers. Physics graduates are very popular with employers who look for mathematical and analytical skills in careers such as finance, banking and software development.

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Physics combines well with Mathematics, Chemistry, Further Maths and Biology. A-level Mathematics is a common requirement if you wish to study Physics or Engineering at university. The Paston course is taught through both theory lessons and practical work (conducted individually or in a group). 

In the Physics Department at Paston you will have access to video lessons and on-line homework with instant marking and feedback. This facility is provided on the in-house content management system. You can view some of the lessons now at; or see them all on youtube under Luke Henderson Physics Lessons.