Does your school have an annual prize day?

Is there a prize for Physics?

Would you like to reward and acknowledge the efforts of a special student in your class?

Do you think an award could raise the profile of physics in your school?


If so the new Institute of Physics in Ireland School Students Award Scheme might just be what you need.


Here's how it works

• The school physics teachers nominates up to 2 students who are at Leaving Certificate or N. Ireland A Level standard. Nominations may include students from last year's Leaving Cert/A Level cohort. Nominations are submitted to IOPI via this short nomination form.

• IoPI issues a certificate or certificates which the school presents to the nominated student or students

• IoPI maintains a Roll of Honour on the IoP Ireland website.

• The school may supplement the award with a trophy or monetary prize

The details you provide on this form will only be used by the Institute of Physics in order to administer your nomination(s) for
this year’s awards and to contact you to enquire whether you wish to make any nomination(s) for the following year’s awards.

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* 1. Please give the name of your school.

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* 2. Please give the name of the nominating physics teacher.

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* 3. Please give your school address.

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* 4. For schools in Ireland, please give your school Roll Number or for schools in N. Ireland please give your Inst. Ref Number.

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* 5. Is the school affiliated to the Institute of Physics?

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* 6. Please give an email address for the person making the nominations in your school

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* 7. Please give the names of the students you would like to nominate for the IOP Ireland School Physics Award. Up to 2 students may be nominated.

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* 8. Please give a short citation for each student you have nominated.

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* 9. Many thanks for completing the nomination process. We will be in touch with you shortly. If you have any queries about the award scheme, please email ireland@iop.org

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