Chigwell biologists from Years 9 to 10 took part in the Biology Challenge, an online competition run by the Society of Biology open to all schools in the UK. The competition aims to stimulate curiosity for the natural world and encourages pupils to take an interest in biology outside of school.  The team from Chigwell consisted of all the Year 9 pupils and several from Year 10 and they produced some very impressive results, winning the highest number of medals we have ever achieved.  Jack Murray, Charlie McCormack, Florence Allen, Connie Duggan, Avantika Bharadwaj and Sulayman Khan all won bronze medals; Eaton Boateng, Hanna Johal, Sally Chapman and Alexandra Scott won silver medals and Nadya Antoniou won a gold medal, putting her in the top 5% of pupils nationwide. Head of Biology, Paul Eardley, commented “congratulations to all who took part and well done for maintaining the school’s high level of success in this competition.”