GCSE Physics is a subject that focuses on the study of the fundamental principles of the physical world, including matter, energy, motion, and force. Students will learn about a wide range of topics, including mechanics, electricity, wave properties, and atomic and nuclear physics. Through a combination of theoretical and practical work, students will develop an understanding of how physics affects our everyday lives and the world around us. This subject is typically studied by students in the UK at the age of 14-16 and is a requirement for many further studies in science, engineering and technology. The course is usually divided into topics such as motion and forces, energy, waves, electricity, magnetism and atomic and nuclear physics. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to apply their knowledge to real-world problems and have a solid foundation for further study in physics or related fields.