Gold, silver and bronze at the Junior Biology Challenge

Gold, silver and bronze at the Junior Biology Challenge

Congratulations to the A Block pupils who entered into the Royal Society of Biology competition, the Junior Biology Challenge. 34 pupils achieved commended or highly commended certificates, 17 were awarded Bronze certificates, 12 Silver certificates and, most impressive of all, 1 Gold certificate was awarded to Oliver Whittingham (4C) who has been invited to receive this at an awards ceremony in London this July.


Matthew Archer (4P) BRONZE
Charly Archer (4M) BRONZE
Max Atherton (4O)         BRONZE
Eleanor Bond (4F) SILVER
Alec Bramall (4P) BRONZE
Yanis Chaibi (4C) BRONZE
Barnaby Churchill (4P) BRONZE
Billy Collins (4P) SILVER
Katie Fulford (4F) SILVER
Charlie Furniss (4O) BRONZE
Edward Hobson (4P) BRONZE
Callum Inman (4O) SILVER
Scarlett Lloyd-Dickinson (4G) BRONZE
Charlotte Luke (4F) SILVER
James Murphy (4S) SILVER
James Newbould (4S) BRONZE
Rory Nicholson (4C)BRONZE
Gabby Pope (4G) BRONZE
Douglas Robinson (4S) BRONZE
Lydia Staley (4F) SILVER
Will         Tomalin (4N) BRONZE
Tom         Tudor (4S) SILVER
Sophie Walker (4A) BRONZE
BenjaminWheelton (4S) SILVER
Gabrielle White (4F) BRONZE
Oliver Whittingham (4C) GOLD
James Wigglesworth (4L) SILVER
William Wilkinson (4P) SILVER
William Wright (4O)         SILVER
Shirley Yu (4A)                 BRONZE


In other news from the Science Priory, Michael Dodman (L6L) has been awarded a competitive Nuffield Research Placement, a scheme that provides pupils with the opportunity to work alongside professional scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians. These are highly prestigious and we have had continued success this year following in Peter Williams’ (U6L) footsteps.