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YEAR 12 STUDENTS TAKE PART IN ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY’S SCHOOLS COMPETITION

13 June 2022  |  Jill Lundberg  |  Posted in: ,

Our Year 12 Chemistry students took part in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Schools Analyst Competition in partnership with Northumbria University.

This event allows teams of students to compete against each other, and teams from colleges across the country, in an analytical challenge which focused on the ingredients that make the perfect fish and chips. The challenge offered students the chance to apply their chemistry knowledge in a fun and rewarding way.

Four teams worked together to solve the challenges, answering tough questions and submitting their answers to an online portal.

The winning team from our college will receive a certificate to recognise their achievement, and will also be entered into a second round against the other winning teams in our region for the chance to be crowned champions.

Kevin Sandell, Chemistry Teacher, said: “An amazing day, it was great for the students to become so immersed in the laboratory, compiling and analysing primary data.”

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