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Royal Society of Biology Challenge

insect leafThe results of the Biology Challenge that some students from years 8 and 9 and all of year 10 participated in, are finally out. It is a nationwide competition and this year over 43,000 students took part!

Our students have had another successful year. Students that have achieved gold, silver, bronze, highly commended or commended are listed below. Well done to everyone that participated.

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Passport to Success - 2018 revision sessions
First name Last name Result
Jack Holladay Gold
Flo Ellary Gold
Rory McCarthy Gold
Edward Powell Silver
Keshav Jagjivan Silver
Joseph Marcillo-Coronado Silver
Joe Levitas Silver
Toby Overfield Silver
Eddie Masters Silver
Andreas Cambanis Silver
Olivia Bell Silver
Ana Serban Silver
Amy Stancer Silver
Barash Tunahan Silver
Zara Brown-Guhli Silver
Olivia Papworth Silver
Louie Gerrard-Linn Bronze
Thomas Puthu Bronze
Mary Rawcliffe Bronze
Ambrose Hagi-Georgiou Bronze
Lottie Burnham Bronze
Molly Sheldon Bronze
Edie Murrell Bronze
Gabriella Adaway Bronze
Bertie Peacock Bronze
Ellie Beauchamp-Ward Bronze
Samantha Ellis Bronze
Reemah Lynch Bronze
James Pickering Bronze
Louisa Gravelle Bronze
Freddie Wiley Bronze
Lily Matthews Bronze
Michelle Boddey Bronze
Antoine Moore Bronze
Bernice Ukunzwe Bronze
Felix Perry Bronze
Joseph Flaherty Bronze
Daniel Burgess Highly commended
Emma Pesnedorfer-Jofre Highly commended
JJ Ruskin Highly commended
Kimberley Peci Highly commended
Amelia Toller Highly commended
Max Foster Highly commended
Harley Lellis-Ferreira Highly commended
David Orsulik Highly commended
Micah Sarkar Highly commended
Giulia Conway Highly commended
Aldora Chidley Highly commended
David O'Donoghue Highly commended
Bruno Waghorn Highly commended
Maya Robinson Highly commended
Arya Vahidi Highly commended
Francesca Borzini Highly commended
Finn Stowell-Smith Highly commended
Mary-Anthi Stratis Highly commended
Keira Collins Highly commended
Benjamin Dawson Highly commended
Angus Lennox Highly commended
Libby Occleston Highly commended
Ethan Howorth Highly commended
Yasmin Gaya-Martin Highly commended
Nell Pizey Highly commended
Joni Salillari Highly commended
Kai Rodrick Highly commended
Sara Qassam Highly commended
Olesya Belaya Highly commended
Fabiha Shiraz Commended
Joshua Jones Commended
Devon Beauchamp-ward Commended
Eva Costello Commended
Erin Engin-Bennett Commended
Ella Newberry Commended
Alexander Evans Commended
Gi'ada Del Colombo Commended
Kuba Binkowski Commended
Tom Green Commended
Adam Onoszko Commended
Suhanah Hussain Commended
Joshua Burkitt Commended
Jamila Omar Commended
Erin Brien Commended
Harry Showell Commended
William Tuck Commended
Ollie Hall Commended
Anson Lowe Commended
Laura Saavedra Commended
Omar Hasan Commended
Eleanor Browning Commended
Sasha Brealey Commended
Bailey Betteridge Commended
Mya Campbell Commended
Felix Moss Commended
Florrie Weston Commended
Calum Davies Commended
Daniel Atkinson Commended
Lottie Pavey-Humphrey Commended
Ben Ferrari Commended
Alexandra Mardar Commended
Aden Bryan Commended
Ethan Gerrell Commended
Solomon Bird Commended
Freddie Gow-Waldorf Commended
Daniel Cummerson Commended
Kane Daniel Commended
Roisin Mcbennett Commended
Hamda Elmi Commended

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MYRIAD - My resilience in adolescence

The MYRIAD Project

Year 7 students Only

myriad 02Alexandra Park School are partnering with UCL on an exciting new project starting this Summer term. The project is being conducted in partnership with the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and will compare the effects of two  social and  emotional  learning  (SEL)  programmes, which aim to improve young people’s study skills and wellbeing.  

Students are invited to take part in an 8-week course as well as three data collection sessions, one before and two after completion of the programme.

At the start of the study students are randomly assigned to one of two SEL programmes. Participants must then attend a 40 minute lessons once a week for eight weeks, either on Wednesday or Thursday. These sessions will be led by a trained teacher and will be conducted in APS on Wednesday and Thursday after school for 40 minutes.

myriad 01Why take part?

  • Learn new skills
  • Work your wellbeing and personal development
  • Earn up to £90

If you are interested, please download the information and cosent forms from below, returning the completed consent form to Ms. O'Gorman in The Bridge.

Download the Information Sheet *

Download the Consent Form *

* Please note: parents / guardians will need to read both the Information Sheet and the Parental Consent Form in order for their child to take part in the study.  Handing in of the consent form does not guarantee a place, as groups will be very small.

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