Chemistry Challenge 2015

Record-breaking results for Hampton Chemists

Last term, 41 students took part in the 2015 Lower Sixth Cambridge Chemistry Challenge, Hampton’s highest participation level ever.

Hampton’s chemists excelled themselves, achieving 13 Gold Awards, 15 Silver Awards and 11 Copper Awards. There were over 8000 entries into this year’s competition nationally, with the Gold certificate being awarded to students scoring in the top 8%.

Of the many boys who achieved a Gold Award, top Hampton scorers were Aaron Jones and Will Davis.

Head of Chemistry, Ms Carly Gilfillan, congratulated the boys who took part:

“All the boys who took part should be very proud of their results in this year’s Chemistry Challenge. This unprecedented level of success is fantastic and a good reflection of the ability of the current Upper Sixth.”

The full results are listed below:

NameAward
Oliver BrightmanGold
James CaiGold
Sam CashmoreSilver

Luca CericolaCopper
Jens ClausenCopper
Guy CookCopper
Lawrence CourtneySilver
Sebastian CummingsCopper
Matthew CunninghamGold
William DavisGold
Athithan DharmaratnamSilver
Benjamin DowseSilver
Conor GilliganGold
William HaggerSilver
Max HamiltonSilver
Matthew HassaneinGold
Alex HayesGold
Alexander Herzog
Silver
Matthew HopkinsGold
Aaron Jones
Gold
Daniel KirraneSilver
Jack LawsonSilver
Tom LongCopper
Arron Mallinson-Pocock
Gold
Thomas Mason

Copper
Callum McCutcheon
Silver
Benjamin Moshi
Copper
Pravek Patel
Silver
Oscar Pring
Copper
Tom Quincey
Gold
Benjamin Sherry
Silver
Daniel Smith
Gold
Robert Smith
Silver
Fintan Smyth
Gold
Joe Spicer
Copper
Srinand Sundaram
Silver
Joshua WilbrahamCopper
Andrew WoodCopper
Michael WoollattSilver