Last term Seaford College pupils participated in a Biology Olympiad, a national competition put on by the Royal Society of Biology that aims to stimulate students who have an interest in biology to ‘expand and extend their talents’. Upper Sixth student Alex Hodson (pictured) was awarded a Bronze certificate.
“This was the first time since I’ve worked here that the school has entered the contest,” said biology teacher Seb d’Agar. “The tests involve questions that stretch far beyond the normal A Level specifications. We had six pupils from the Lower Sixth enter to gain experience of the competition so they will be more prepared for next year, with Lucy Brown being highly commended.”