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The Small Print

The competition was free to enter. There were two categories:

  •  UK (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) - Altrincham Grammar School For Girls won

  •  International (the rest of the world) - The English School, Kuwait won

For those in the UK there were individual prizes and physical items that were sent to the school as well as full access to both my GCSE and A Level websites. For international students there was a small prize sent in the post and access to the GCSE and A level websites.

To enter you should have subscribed to my YouTube channel 'Physics Online' and be a student, parent/carer, teacher or work in education. You must also nominate a school that will receive part of the prize (this will be sent directly to them). Although you can only enter once, multiple students from the same school may enter to increase the chance of your school winning the equipment.

The deadline for entries was midnight on Sunday 25th April 2021, with the winners announced at 6.30pm (UK time) during a YouTube livestream on Monday 26th April 2021. The lucky winner was notified by email.

I am really grateful that prizes have generously been donated by a number of amazing companies. Find more details below, including links to all of the products and their websites.


Physics Online Ltd

  • Full website access until July 2022 for the GCSE and A Level websites (Individual and Schools in the UK and International)



The Physics Teaching Podcast

  • Vacuum Cannon (School)


Miles Hudson

  • Class set of about 20 'line of best fit' rulers (Individual and School)


Primrose Kitten






Phillip Harris

  • £100 Gift Voucher (Individual)

  • £250 Gift Voucher (School)




Rapid Education



Oxford University Press

  • School: 4 sets of the A Level Oxford Revise Series (a set includes a copy each of the Biology, Chemistry, Physics – schools choice of OCR A or AQA)

  • Individual: 3 books of their choice from the Oxford Revise or Maths Skills series. Both series are available for GCSE or A Level and the maths skills are suitable for all exam board.


Isaac Physics

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