We are so delighted to announce that Jasmin, Rebecca, and Emma in Year 13 were nominated by their teachers to receive the Young Scientist of the Year Award for Oxfordshire!
On Thursday 18th November, students across the county tuned in to the virtual awards event. There were some excellent and inspirational talks throughout the evening from those with careers in science, maths, and engineering, including a keynote presentation by Dr Samantha Vanderslott from the Oxford Vaccine Group.
“It was such an honour to be nominated alongside such an impressive cohort of pupils from Oxfordshire.” – Rebecca
Run by Science Oxford, the award honours some of the most outstanding Year 13 science students, recognising their hard work, commitment, and achievement. Teachers nominated students based on a number of criteria such as enthusiasm and commitment to a subject, going above and beyond, being creative with their approach, progress made during their A-Level course, and their overall excellence.
Many congratulations to Jasmin (nominated for chemistry), Rebecca (nominated for biology), and Emma (nominated for physics)! We are all very proud of you.