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Bronze for King's Hall Scientists at Salters' Festival of Chemistry

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Last week, four King’s Hall students took part in the prestigious Salters’ Institute Festival of Chemistry at the University of Bristol.

The festival is a nationwide competition designed to seek out students with great practical and problem-solving skills, whilst promoting the appreciation of chemistry and related sciences.

Taking part in this year’s competition were Year 7 pupils Hettie Chippendale and Thomas Herbert, and Year 8 pupils Harry Cartwright and Robbie McSwiggan.

The budding scientists competed in a series of practical challenges and ended the day taking home bronze awards – a fantastic achievement considering they were up against a tough pool of schools.

Head of Science, Joe Hayden said: “I am immensely proud of our pupils for putting in a great effort, working hard as a team and proudly representing the school. They have done a fantastic job against some really tough competition, and most importantly, are still buzzing about science!”

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