What is happening in STEM?

Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathmatics

STEM is an ever-growing industry that encapsulates the study of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. With the tech industry growing exponentially these subject choices are becoming more and more popular among young adults… and with good reason. A study by PwC states that by 2030 the Artificial Intelligence (AI) industry could contribute up to $15.7 trillion to the global economy, which is more than the current output of China and India combined!

This term our STEM students have been flexing their skills at the Olympiads, a timed exam-style paper completed at College. The Olympiads are a great place for the students to practice their exam skills and subject knowledge before their A-Level exams. Completed in Maths, Biology and Chemistry this year our students did exceptionally well…


  • Gold certificate and Qualification for Senior Kangaroo: Jude, Grace, Matthew Large, Olivia Leake, Matthew Chauhan and Alessio Surenkov-Gultchev.
  • Silver Certificate: 8 students
  • Bronze Certificate: 9 students


  • Gold certificate: Ella Easton, Eleanor Philbin, Nathan Arnold
  • Silver Certificate: Mana Komatsu, Lola Johnson, Emily Wickenden
  • Bronze Certificate: Joshua Wilson


An exceptional number of students participated and one of our students has qualified for the final… results to come!


In Physics our students have been competing in their own competition… and winning. They participated in the Surrey SATRO Problem Solving Competition Final, where they were tasked with an opportunity to put their knowledge to the test and solve the problem in the quickest time. Our fantastic students did absolutely brilliantly, working together as a team and using their understanding of the subject to quickly solve the issue at hand.

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