Students from an Oxfordshire school have made it into the finals of a national science competition.

Seven schools in the south east out of 200 entries have made it into the national science ‘Big Bang’ competition including Radley College near Abingdon.

The Big Bang Competition celebrates and rewards young people’s science and engineering project work.

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Finalists have the opportunity to win a range of prizes and could be crowned UK Young Engineer and UK Young Scientist of the Year with a prize of £2000.

The judges said they were extremely impressed with the creativity shown so far.

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The winners of The Big Bang Competition will be announced at the award ceremony at The Big Bang Fair on Wednesday June 22 at the NEC in Birmingham.

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