In March, pupils from U5 and L6 competed in the British Physics Olympiad Senior and Intermediate Challenges hosted by the University of Oxford, which involves answering a series of highly demanding abstract Physics problems from beyond the GCSE and A Level syllabus.
In the Senior Challenge, 5300 pupils took part across 380 schools, and we are pleased to announce that our pupils achieved the following outstanding results: 6 Gold Awards, 5 Silver Awards and 6 Bronze Awards (details of pupils below).
Gold: Jacob Brown, Navaneeth Hari Krishnan, Arjuna Puvanachandra, Flynn Robbins, Benjamin Groat, Karthik Prabhu
Silver: Matias Ulas, Stephanie Cho, Isaac Man, Ben Scott, Sebastian Gotto
Bronze: George Morris, Aaron Chiu, Venus Chow, Isaac Betts, James Mounfield, Bryony Brierley
In the Intermediate Challenge, 4700 pupils took part across 204 schools, and pupils achieved the following outstanding results: 2 Gold Awards, 4 Silver Awards and 2 Bronze Awards (details of pupils below).
Gold: Jack Yaxley, Mirha Kashif
Silver: Natalie Chalk, Alexander Illing, George McKean, Shruthi Kollipara
Bronze: Raul Wigglesworth, Mary Bowles
Well done to all the pupils involved on their fantastic results!