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BST Science Fair

BST’s Science Fair took place during Earth Week on 23 April. Around 150 of our students from KS2 and KS3 took part. All the projects related to the theme: “Save Planet Earth”.  

The students had to think of ways to help Earth be more sustainable for future generations. They did research, asked questions, made predictions and formed conclusions. They were true scientists and environmentalists. We are extremely proud of all the hard work each student put into their project and hope to see even more entries next year. A big thank you to all the teachers for helping and guiding their students through the whole process. This was truly a testament of how much our students and teachers care about the environment and our planets’ future.

On Friday, 30 April, gold, silver and bronze certificates were awarded. Special recognition was given to a few projects that stood out in each year group. These students also received an extra token for their outstanding projects. They are (in no specific order):   

Year 3: 

  • Arianna Capoccia 
  • Diyora Fatilloeva 
  • Martina Romero 
  • Maryam Amrikhanova 
  • Zehra Beren Ozkan 

Year 4 

  • Melaniia Akulich 
  • Akhmad Daminov 
  • Juwon Park 

Year 5 

  • Muhammad Salman Tanweer 
  • Ammar Amla 
  • Mohammad Arhaan Shahid 
  • Alisher Khassanov 

Year 6 

  • Ian Anthony Pereira 
  • Zebiniso Muzaffarova 
  • Annabel Elderkamp                  
  • Alise Liamine 

Year 7 

  • Darina Salikhova 
  • Kamila Rakhmatkarieva 
  • TYAGI, Akanksh 
  • Sofia Daphne Robbe-Carney 
  • Zlata Maria Shumlyanskaya 

Year 8 

  • Neve Krige 
  • Abeerah Khurram 
  • Amaliya Ambartsumova 
  • Ruhsora Hamidjonova 

Year 9 

  • Pearl Dsouza 
  • Alannah Krige 
  • Yasmin Patel 
  • Shodiya Fakhriddinova 
  • Munisa Akobirova