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Will Is Physicist of the Year 2019

Will Is Physicist of the Year 2019

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Will Is Physicist of the Year 2019
Will (right) with tutor Peter Ware
Congratulations are in order for Year 12 student Will Stockley. The former Up Holland High School pupil has been awarded UCLAN ‘School Physicist of the Year 2019’.  Will was nominated for the prestigious award by his Physics teacher Peter Ware.
‘Will has been a tremendously hard-working Physics student who has dedicated himself to the A level course.  Although quick to get to grips with most areas of study, Will has regularly sought help and has improved tremendously in both ability and determination since joining SJR,’ Peter explained.
Will is looking forward to receiving his award at the University of Central Lancashire on 2nd July 2019 in a prestigious ceremony.


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