League tables

 

School name

Points

Tie-breaker
St Mark's West Essex Catholic School, Harlow (Team 3) 63 42
Queen Anne's School, Reading (Team 8) 58 39
Ampleforth College, York (Team 1) 81 56
The Mount School, York (Team 1) 67 48
University College School, Hampstead (Team 2) 74 52
Mosslands School, Wirral (Team 1) 46 31
Brentwood School, Brentwood (Team 3) 75 50
Christ the King School, Isle of Wight (Team 6) 63 44
Royal Liberty School, Romford (Team 5) 77 52
Sarah Bonnell School, Stratford (Team 2) 63 39
King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls, Birmingham (Team 1) 79 52
Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe (Team 2) 73 50
Test Valley School, Hampshire (Team 4) 40 29
Maidstone Grammar School, Maidstone (Team 2) 69 44
Futures Institute Banbury, Oxfordshire (Team 1) 59 39
Wells Cathedral School, Somerset (Team 1) 63 43
Trinity CE High School, Manchester (Team 5) 69 48
The Wellington Academy, Wiltshire (Team 6) 64 40
Glossopdale School, Derbyshire (Team 3) 77 54
Berkhamsted Girls School, Berkhamsted (Team 2) 75 50
Arnewood School, Hampshire (Team 2) 70 52
Farnham Heath End School, Farnham (Team 4) 70 49
The Norwood School, London (Team 3) 66 50
Winifred Holtby School, Hull (Team 2) 63 41
Headlands School, Bridlington (Team 6) 61 42
     

 

Last updated on

11th June 2021

Tie-breakers

When more than one team receives the same number of total points, the Challenge Leaders will moderate the paperwork, the overall products and their teamwork throughout the day to generate a tie-breaker score which will determine their place on the league table.

Teachers league table 2020-21

At each event, we invite the teachers present to form a team and take on the same challenge as the students! The teacher’s team will be judged in the same way by the Faraday Challenge Leader. Although there are no prizes for teachers, their scores are shown below for them to show their colleagues on their return to school.

Good luck to all of our teacher teams this season!

School name

Points

Tie-breaker