THE results of this year’s Cambridge Chemistry Challenge for the Lower Sixth (C3L6) competition are in and we are delighted to report that King’s Ely students achieved 3 Gold Awards, 3 Silver Awards and 5 Copper Awards!
Thousands of Chemistry students from across the UK take part in the annual competition, which aims to stretch and challenge students interested in Chemistry, providing an excellent experience for anyone considering taking their studies in the subject further.
Congratulations to all our students who entered, including the following prize winners:
Gold – Eleanor MacGillivray, Archie Newman and Minchan Kim,
Silver – David Harris, Rhys Phillips and Oliver Johnson,
Copper – Oscar Hills, Peter Lonsdale, Zhihan Yang, Rhianne Williams and Alexander Budenberg.
The competition is organised and supported by the Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, St Catharine’s College Cambridge and the Michael and Morven Heller Charitable Foundation.
A Gold Award represents the top 9% of entrants, a Silver represents the top 26% of entrants and Copper represents the top 51% of entrants.