Hawking

Stephen Hawking (born 8th January 1942) was an English born theoretical physicist who worked on the physics of black holes. Before passing, Hawking was director of research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology at the University of Cambridge. At the age of 22, Hawking was diagnosed with a rare form of Motor Neurone Disease – the nerves that controlled his muscles began to fail, as he became trapped in his body (paralysed). Despite this, Hawking authored numerous books throughout his career and gave science lectures around the world. The perseverance and humour resonated with the public as much as his work did. Stephen Hawking died on the 14th March 2018, at the age of 76.

 “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” – Stephen Hawking, 1942 - 2018

Head of House: Ms C. Gerard

House Captain: Sam Lewis

Deputy House Captains: Eva Flynn, Stan Young, Will Blain, Sophie Jones, Rosie Phillpotts, Lucy Cox, Lola Jones

 

 

 

 

 

 

Back To Top

We use cookies on this website to improve how it works and how it’s used.

Accept & Continue