The end of physics in UK schools?

2nd December 2005 at 00:00

As a recently qualified physics teacher I feel there is a lack of imagination in the curriculum and schemes of work. To be frank some of the topics I have to cover even bore me, and support for young teachers to create exciting lessons is poor.

These comments are the personal opinions of individual contributors

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