A bit of news about Christopher Kelly-Brown, a previous head boy of All Saints’ who was at All Saints' until 2021. He's since been doing A levels - which he's just completed - at BRGS.
In April, Christopher applied for and was offered one of only 5 scholarships awarded biannually to UK students for the Harry Messel International Science School (ISS2023).
This is a two-week gathering for 140 year 12 and 13 students selected for their science skills from around the world. The programme for the School includes teaching by various international academic lecturers and researchers, at the forefront of different STEM disciplines, together with lab time at the University, tours around the science faculty, and time for social interaction.
Christopher flew out to Australia at the end of June and is currently enjoying the second week of a fantastic, packed programme including lectures on Dark Matter, Quantum Computing, STEM Cell Research, Fusion, Fluorescent Synthesis, Hydrocarbon Synthesis, Marine Ecology, Ethics and Psychology. We will hear more, of course, when he returns home on 16th July.
All Saint's School played a big part in the development of Christopher's interest and ability in science, and we think his achievements this Summer reflect well on the support and teaching he received there.
Best wishes and congratulations to Christopher.