Each year, Science Oxford brings together outstanding Year 13 students, their parents, and teachers at a prestigious evening event to recognise and celebrate achievements of students nominated for the Young Scientists of the Year awards.

On Thursday 16th of November, Science Oxford Centre’s theatre swelled to its full capacity, as students from 30 schools around Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire were awarded for their accomplishments in STEM subjects – physics, biology, chemistry, applied science, psychology, health and social care sciences.

Hyunjo (6.2, J), Sepehr (6.2, E) and Gaya (6.2, A) were honoured at this year’s Oxford Young Scientist awards. Radley proudly nominated the three boys in recognition of their outstanding ability and for helping to inspire a culture of excellence across the College.



My highlight of the evening was getting to meet so many fascinating individuals with similar interests as me in biology and listening to talks about my area of interest in medicine.

Sepehr (6.2,J)

Congratulations boys!