College students success in chemistry challenge

East Norfolk Sixth Form Chemistry Challenge

East Norfolk Sixth Form Chemistry Challenge


Students from East Norfolk Sixth Form College again enjoyed success at the Cambridge Chemistry Challenge.

The college has been taking part for the past five years and have always achieved some great results. This year, Annabel Canham, Rose McNelly, Peter Odogwu and Matthew Timms all achieved silver certificates – which puts them in the top 15pc of the very gifted – and more than 7,000 - students that took part nationally.

The competition aims to stretch and challenge students interested in chemistry, and is set by an experienced team of teachers and chemists from Cambridge University. Picture ENSFC

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