Recently, a group of 43 Year 10 pupils from our school participated in the National Science Thinking Challenge. This challenge involved a timed online exercise that aimed to assess pupils’ ability to apply scientific principles to unique and unfamiliar scenarios. A total of 227 schools and 14,000 pupils from around the world took part in this program.
I am delighted to announce that we have received the results for TGBS, and I am extremely pleased and proud to share that our young scientists have achieved remarkable success. They have been recognised with 5 bronze awards, 7 silver awards, and one highly esteemed and challenging Gold Award! Congratulations to all the participants for their outstanding achievements!
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all the pupils who participated in this challenge, as well as to Dr. Patchett from the Science Department for organising and coordinating the event.
Once again, well done to everyone involved in this exceptional accomplishment!