Student at Henley Bank wins Young Science Writer of the Year award

A number of students from Henley Bank High School entered the Young Science Writer of the Year Competition run by the Association of British Science Writers (ABSW). 

A representative from the ABSW commented: "This year, we received an exceptional number of submissions from talented young writers across the UK. Each entry showcased remarkable creativity, scientific insight, and a passion for communicating complex ideas in an engaging and accessible way." 

In this very prestigious competition, we are pleased to announce that one of our students, Jumana, who wrote an essay entitled 'The Future of Healing: AI's Journey in Transforming Healthcare' was Highly Commended and travelled to London, accompanied by her parents, last week to receive the award, placing her essay in the top ten of the country.  We are all very proud of her achievement.

Mr Phelps, Head of Year 10, Henley Bank High School