Pupil Achieved a Gold Medal

Congratulations to Second Year Specialist Edward Henderson (B) who achieved a rare Gold medal putting him in the top 6.7% of a very tough field in the British Biology Olympiad.

The British Biology Olympiad is a national competition for sixth form Biologists open to pupils in Year 12 and Year 13. Pupils sit two on line papers in competition with 7,800 of the country’s sharpest biological brains in Long Quarter (spring term).  The questions test a wide range of biological skills and knowledge going considerably beyond what pupils will have encountered in the classroom. 

It is particularly impressive for First Year Specialists (Year12) to get a medal, so congratulations go to Iona Harrison (G) – Silver, Emily Bagley (G) - Bronze, Aidan Chan (W) - Bronze, and Serena Johnson (G) - Bronze.   

There were also a number of Highly Commended First Year Specialists, some close to a Bronze who have also done very well indeed. 

Results

Gold

Edward Henderson

Silver

Iona Harrison

Bronze

Emily Bagley

Serena Johnson

Aidan Chan

Sasint Kongpatanakul

Highly Commended

Christopher Tsang

Rosanna Hine

Jade Poon

Anastasiia Kurochkina

Oliver McBride

Tor Olafsson

Audrew Fu

Wenyu Zheng

Alexandra McNeil

Jamie Stapleton

Commended

William Criag

Koh Ishikawa

Harry Clayton-Jones

Victoria Oon

Also taking part winning free membership of The Royal Society of Biology’s Bionet:

Rita Gracia Delgado

Jahnavi Mehta

Luke Clegg

Alicia Chan

Prospectus

Video Collection