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Y13 students nominated for the Young Scientists of the Year celebration

Three exceptional A-Level students have been nominated by the school for their hard work, commitment and achievement in science in the Science Oxford Young Scientists of the Year celebration (in association with Buckinghamshire Learning Trust), which honours some of the UK's most outstanding Year 13 science students.

Lillian Garrod, Lyndsay Ives and Pathusha Pushpakanthan were recognised by the BHS Science department for their efforts in Physics, Chemistry and Biology respectively. Each will attend a special celebration event at Green Park, Aston Clinton, where they will hear a key note speaker, enjoy a canapé reception and receive certificates recognising their achievement.

Criteria for nominations could include exam results, progress made during their A-Level course (or equivalent) or in recognition of their enthusiasm and commitment to the subject, but the ultimate 

Science Oxford is the public-facing part of The Oxford Trust – an independent charitable trust that was founded in 1985 by entrepreneurs Sir Martin and Audrey, Lady Wood. The Trust’s mission is to encourage and facilitate the study, application and communication of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Rob Kitley, Head of Science, comments: "A very well done to the three students, who all wholeheartedly deserved the nominations and recognition for their hard work."