Congratulations to our Year 10 students who received certificates for this year’s Physics Olympiad!
Nina Brooksbank, Year 10 student, received The Ogden Trust’s School Physicist of the Year (SPOTY) award at the University of Leeds. The award was presented by Dr Philippa Shepley, Experimental Officer from the Sir Henry Royce Institute at the University of Leeds, and Charley Phillips, Programme Officer from the Ogden Trust.
Recently our Year 8 students have competed in the annual Physics Olympiad at St Peter’s School, York. Our team came 8th out of 28 other schools, which is a fantastic achievement. Congratulations to our Physicists: Amrita Roney, Kezia Jackson, Laurie Miller and Olivia Parris.
On Wednesday 12th June, our Year 8 students participated in the annual Physics Olympics at St Peters school in York. Our team was placed 8th out of 28 schools. Congratulations to the following students:
St Aidan’s has triumphed again this year, successfully beating 29 other schools to win the annual Physics Olympics competition. The event was hosted by St Peter’s school in York, sponsored by the Ogden Trust and the Institute of Physics. Luas Broadberry, Ella Colbourn, Emily Gee and Alex Hewson worked perfectly as a team, to win […]
Today we welcomed a forensic scientist coming into school to set up a mock crime scene for our year 10 and 11 CSI chemistry club students. The students learnt all about the chemistry of crime and enjoyed their new roles for the afternoon.
St. Aidan’s has been successful in getting onto the Falcon Initiatve, an innovative project that aims to inspire and motivate 13-18 year-olds by providing them with an opportunity to engage with a practical, fun and educationally-relevant engineering and business project