BNSC Science Competition Results


Primary School (Age 7-11):


  • Nadia Abukar, 11
    Grove Primary School

    Experiment Topic: Balance
    Idea: Do a rock-n-roll dance in space

  • Elakiya Annadurai, 9
    Bannockburn Primary School

    Experiment Topic: Magnets
    Idea: Are magnets still magnetic in space—even with things in between them?

  • Lewis Bailey, 9
    Garden Suburb School

    Experiment Topic: Fungus and Bacteria
    Idea: Do fungi and bacteria still grow in space?

  • Ryan Bull, 11
    Grove Primary School

    Experiment Topic: Radio
    Idea: Can you pick up radio signals from space?

  • Isobelle Chalmers, 8
    St. Saviour’s Junior School

    Experiment Topic: Bubbles
    Idea: How do soap bubbles behave in the space station? Does the ISS wobble in orbit?

  • Gemma Day, Age 8
    St. Michael’s JMI

    Experiment Topic: Water

  • Jack Fox, 10
    North Bridge House Lower Prep School

    Experiment Topic: Games
    Idea: How easy is it to play kids travel games in space?

  • Henry Matthew Franks, 10
    Ryhall Primary School

    Experiment Topic: Heart Rate

  • Daniel Hayes and James Newsome, 9
    Ashland’s Primary School

    Experiment Topic: Weightless Balance
    Idea: Can you surf in space?

  • Holly Matthews, 10
    St. Michael’s JMI

    Experiment Topic: Paint
    Idea: Create a painting in space using paint and hands.

  • Alex Mcpherson and Dudley Spence, 10
    Ashland’s Primary School

    Experiment Topic: Weightless Balance
    Idea: Can you do gymnastics in space while brushing your teeth or gargling?

  • Nishant Mehta, 11
    Barham Primary School

    Experiment Topic: Drinking

  • Marie Neophytou and Georgia Nicolaou, 10
    St. Andrew’s Southgate

    Experiment Topic: Toothpaste

  • Praneeth Suvanna, 11
    Grove Primary School

    Experiment Topic: Toothpaste
    Idea: Does toothpaste stick to stuff in space?

  • Jack Taylor, 8
    Naphill and Walter Ash

    Experiment Topic: Drinking

  • Callum Ross, 10
    St. Michael’s JMI

    Experiment Topic: Time
    Idea: Is a quartz crystal watch more or less accurate than an electronic watch in space?

Secondary School (Age 11-14):


  • Nicholas Lucas, 13
    Ashmole School

    Greetastic Universe to the Rescue

  • Alice Brown, 12
    Herts & Essex High School

    Stellar Shopper—Shop with the Stars

  • David Amison, 14
    King Edward VI Five Ways School

    Flying Fish Space Tourism

  • Jenny Edwards, 12
    Scared Heart School

    Rocket to Investigate Other Planets

  • Liam Quinn, 13

    Out Of This World Hotel

  • Petar Gyurov, 14

    Plant and Animal Development and Research Centre


  • Charlie Meehan, 12
    Jo Richardson Community School

    Space Creativity Week

  • Ramkumar Nagarajan, 11
    Oaks Park High School

    Space Station

  • Clare Muggleton, 12
    Putney High School

    The Flying Cube: A Space Cube Liner

  • India Turnbull, 12
    Putney High School

    Title of Pitch: Moon Cruise

  • Pramod Manjunath, 13
    Royal Grammar School, Newcastle

    Title of Pitch: ENuMiDES

  • Sai Prudhvi Ulluri, 13
    Tiffin Boy’s School



  • Terry Moreton, 13

    Concorde / Airbus Transport System

Secondary School (Age 15-19):


  • Leah-Marie Azu, 17
    St. Michael’s Catholic Grammar School

    Idea: A satellite that projects advertising logos onto the moon

  • Rossana Duarte, 17

    Idea: Space Hospital

  • Joseph Motha, 19
  • Nyasha Primrose Mudondo, 17
    Holy Cross College

    Idea: The impact of microgravity on radiobiological processes in space

  • Ali Prince, 15
    Morpeth Secondary School

    Idea: Six day honeymoon trip around the moon

  • Ewan Cameron, 15
    Francis Combe School & Community College

    Idea: Explore planets for raw material, i.e., oil and coal

  • Papiya Sultana, 15
    Morpeth Secondary School

    Idea: Low gravity football

  • Hyun-jung Wi, 15
    Surbiton High School
  • Ruby Hirsch, 15
    Morpeth Secondary School

    Idea: Satellite scattering genetically modified algae to reduce pollution

  • Maya Hayes, 15
    Tower Hamlets

    Idea: Multi-sensory environment so visually impaired people can experience the beauty of space