CREST Award success for Bryanston’s scientists
Bryanston scientists presented their CREST Award research earlier in the term and were all successful in achieving their award.
The CREST Awards scheme is organised by the British Science Association and is a nationally recognised accreditation scheme for project work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects. Pupils have the chance to explore subjects that interest them in more depth outside the classroom.
Congratulations to the latest group of Bryanston pupils who have achieved their CREST Award this term:
Gold CREST Award
(minimum of 70 hours of work at A level standard or beyond)
- Georgina A: Dementia, music and the brain
- Eric H: Cryptography and Steganography (hiding in plain sight)
- Poppy H: Why does music have such a profound effect on our emotions?
- Tom O: Telomeres and Telomerase
Silver CREST Award
(minimum of 35 hours of work at GCSE and A level standard or beyond)
- Natalie P: Joint disorders in dogs
- Rory W: Balanced Diet