Last Summer, over forty students in the current Fifth Year and Upper Sixth planned, developed and created a variety of academic projects for entry into the FAFY (Fourth and Fifth Year) and Sixth Form Project Prizes.

The winners are as follows;
FAFY project prize
Winner: Lucas Ferrar, Will we ever achieve immortality?

Highly commended:
Luca Wade, Do we need religion to have morals?;
Scott Borland Improvise, Adapt, Overcome: a Javascript program designed to simulate evolution by random mutations.

Sixth Form project prize
Winner: Neal Kesterton, What is the potential of hypersonic jet engines to reduce orbital launch costs?

Highly commended:
Dan Gilbert, How do motorsport’s KERS systems work and how are they being implemented in modern commercial vehicles?
Amber Wentzell, Should Cataluña be an independent country?
Brandon Man, Does randomness truly exist?

Well done to all students who took part, showcasing academic rigour, creativity and independent thought.

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