Students broke school records with their excellent results at the Chemistry Olympiad.

Designed to challenge and inspire, the UK Chemistry Olympiad is the leading chemistry competition for students in secondary education across the British Isles.

It is run by the Royal Society of Chemistry and gives students the opportunity to push themselves further and excel in the study of chemistry.

This year our students achieved a record numbers of silver and gold awards for Trinity, which is testament to the hard work put in both by the students and their teachers who helped them prepare.

The competition is aimed at Upper Sixth students, so any Lower Sixth student winning a silver award or higher has done very well. Nick Johnsen’s result puts him in or around the top 1% of entries nationally, which is a fantastic achievement.

The awards (with marks out of 86) are as follows:


*Krishan Shah (39)
Jonathan Long (42)
Alex Harper (48)
Nick Johnsen (54)


*Siv Thillainathan (22)
*Aly Ramsey (23)
Alex MacTavish (27)
Angela Chen (28)
*Krish Oza (30)
*Tom Leigh (30)
*Dan Warren (32)
Erwan Regy (36)


*Yaadhavan Thevathas (13)
*Raul Unnithan (15)
*Samir J Patel (17)
*Sabrina Choudary (18)
*Anoushka Samanta (19)
*Callum Patel (19)
*Tanya Jayakar (20)
Michael Kemp (21)

*L6 students

Well done to all!

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