TY student competing in online BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2021

NEWS / 4 January 2021

All of Stratford students and teachers wish Ayush in TY our very best wishes as he competes in this year's (online) BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition. Ayush has his second quantum computing project entered into this competition!

Apart from his quantum computing project, Ayush also had to submit a project report, a project diary, a slide slow and a 3-minute video. Round 1 judging commences on Wednesday morning. Ayush has been working on this project throughout all of 2020.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions the competition is being held online starting on Wednesday 6th January through to Friday 8th January. The Awards ceremony starts at 1pm on Friday, 8th January.

Students, staff and parents are all encouraged to register and attend the Young Scientist exhibition for free! Register here - portal.btyoungscientist.com - and enjoy the excitement!

Ms O'Kelly

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