Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.

Marie Curie

Our facilities and resources


Our school provides the space and the equipment required to explore physical concepts, view changes in matter, and acquire scientific skills in a safe atmosphere. 

4 Fully equipped physcial laboratories offering space for up to 24 students.
2 Fully equipped lecture theatres.
4 General classrooms providing a dynamic learning environment that is student centered and which are designed for collaboration, conversation and discovery
Access to 2 ICT labs and a comprehensive selection of equipment for hands on experimental work.
17 Highly motivated teachers with a broad range of experiences and knowledge
1 Technical assistant


Our Physics Department is staffed by highly qualified and experienced teachers who are passionate about their subject and student development within it.

Our Teaching Philosophy

The study of Physics is a mixture of theory and practical skills which exposes the learner to concepts from the infinitesimally small to the universally huge. The Physics department have a student centred approach therefore, the main focus in the classroom is on the students and the development of their skills and abilities within the context of the subject.

What we prepare our students for


In line with the curriculum used in our Primary School, our international school offer in physics is based on the CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUM. English is the exclusive teaching language for this branch.
A first introduction to physics is facilitated in the KEY STAGE 3 Science classes (7IEC to 5IEC).

From here, all our international students follow the international GCSE curriculum (4IEC and 3IEC), an externally assessed 2-year programme covering the most important areas of physics. This qualification enables a successful progression to the externally assessed AS and A Level (2IEC and 1IEC).

Cambridge International AS and A Level Physics covers in depth the main theoretical concepts of the subject illustrated by current applications with a strong focus on advanced practical skills. Successful students in Physics have many opportunities available to them in Engineering, Medicine, Finance or Academia. The knowledge and skills that the students acquire during the course prepare them for life beyond the school at university, further study or the world of work.

More information on the Cambridge qualifications can be found under the following links:

Cambridge IGCSE™Physics 0625 (Exams in 2020,2021) 
Cambridge IGCSE™Physics 0625 (Exams in 2022,2023 and 2024)
Cambridge International AS & A Level Physics 9702 (Exams in 2020,2021)
Cambridge International AS & A Level Physics 9702 (Exams in 2022,2023 and 2024)


Physics is taught in German in the following sections of the ENSEIGNEMENT SECONDAIRE GENERAL (ESG):

  • Générale Ingénierie (GIG) from 4G to 1G
  • Générale Sciences Naturelles (GSN) from 4G to 1G
  • Générale Professions de Santé et Professions Sociales (GPS) from 4G to 3G

Our physics students work towards the ‘diplôme de fin d’études secondaires (GIG et GSN)’, or to be able to go to another school to learn a profession in the health or social sector (GPS).

The official program and the list of student textbooks are updated every year before the start of the academic year and are available on the website of the MINISTERE DE L’EDUCATION NATIONALE, DE L’ENFANCE ET DE LA JEUNESSE : Horaires et programmes

Going beyond

Physics Olympiad, educational trips, Good Year Competition

Physics Olympiad, educational trips, Good Year Competition