After the victory in the first round of the National Science Quiz, our scientists spent the weeks memorising the periodic table, researching dinosaurs, studying the history of science and inventions and generally cramming as much scientific knowledge into their heads as possible.
The semi-finals were held in Barking, London, where Katherine Semar faced winners from other quizzes.
The children got off to a flying start, with them and another school neck and neck for much of the competition. Our final score of 1900, beating our previous winning score by some considerable margin.
We were disappointed to come second, however all is not lost! Our score was huge and would normally be a winning score, so we may well still get a place in grand finals as the top 4 runner up teams will make the last 12 in the finals.
We await their email…