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2022 Chemistry Olympiad Success!

Category: News, Science, Sixth-Form

This year we had 39 enthusiastic Year 12 and 13 students taking part in the competition, which involved them completing a two-hour written exam paper. The questions posed often stimulate much debate, and enthusiasm for, chemistry – raising awareness of what the subject is all about. It provides a good opportunity to develop some of the skills required for study at university and beyond.

Rhea B and Kiya G who won the two gold award winners of the chemistry Olympiad

We are extremely pleased with the number of students participated and the results that they have achieved: 85% obtained an award;
with 17 students a bronze certificate

  • Saloni M,
  • Shloka A,
  • Adina J,
  • Emily G,
  • Evelyn M,
  • Zara N,
  • Selin C,
  • Selvi N,
  • Zohal R,
  • Parnika J,
  • Maria S,
  • Rajgauri P,
  • Mahnoor A,
  • Rachel G,
  • Aditi G,
  • Sidra A-K
  • Christabel A

14 students achieving a silver

  • Sohana M,
  • Aahi S,
  • Jasmine Z,
  • Flo S,
  • Thenuki F,
  • Sila A-K,
  • Helen Z,
  • Juveriya S,
  • Martha K,
  • Aleena K,
  • Anusha G,
  • Florence M,
  • Ansruta V-A
  • Drishti N

Huge congratulations must go to Rhea B and Kiya G in Y13 who achieved a prestigious Gold Award, placing them in the top 9% of the ~9000 students who took part nationally. Well done to everyone who took part!

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