Stellar Success: Our Students Shine at the British Physics Olympiad

31 May 2024

British Physics Olympiad Challenge
British Physics Olympiad Challenge
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A Journey of Dedication and Achievement in Physics
In an impressive display of knowledge and skill, students from our school participated in two distinguished events hosted by the British Physics Olympiad (BPhO) on May 14th, marking a significant milestone in our commitment to excellence in science education.

Junior Physics Challenge
Participants: Year 4 students (ages 14-15)

Achievements:

  • Gold Medals: Peiqi Song, Iasonas Maratheftis, Michalis Loizou, Nicolas Maroudias, Leo Graves
  • Silver Medals: Kyriacos Avraam, Gerasimos-Georgios Panayides, Youyou Tian
  • Bronze Medal: Despina Charitou

The Junior Physics Challenge saw our older students demonstrated their advanced capabilities and firm grasp of complex physical concepts, resulting in a dominant performance with seven gold medals.


Year 7/8 Physics Challenge
Participants: Year 1 and 2 students (ages 12-13)

Achievements:
  • Gold Medals: Stephan Jojo Panayiotou Boadu, Zilin Su, Sophia Georgiou, Aawaan Bali Khan, Sotiris Cleanthous, Aris Moyseos, Alkmene Antoniou
  • Silver Medals: Ioannis Lambrou, Georgios Lioudakis
In the Year 7/8 Physics Challenge, our younger ‚Äčparticipants not only competing but excelling, bringing home numerous medals. Their achievements highlight the depth of their understanding and their passion for physics.

Highlighting Excellence:
Our school's participation in these prestigious competitions underscores our dedication to fostering a challenging and enriching educational environment. These events provide our students with a platform to test their knowledge and skills against some of the best young minds.

Quotes from Participants:
"Participating in the BPhO was both challenging and exhilarating. Winning a gold medal is an achievement I am very proud of," said Peiqi Song, one of the gold medalists.
"The competition was a great learning experience, and achieving a silver medal has boosted my confidence," mentioned Ioannis Lambrou.

Conclusion:
The British Physics Olympiad is more than just a competition; it's a celebration of young talent in the field of physics. The success of our students is a testament to their hard work, our dedicated faculty, and an environment that nurtures scientific inquiry and excellence.

Looking Ahead:
As we celebrate today's achievements, we are already looking forward to future competitions. Our ongoing goal is to inspire and prepare the next generation of scientists, engineers, and innovators who will continue to make us proud.

 

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