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Teacher's League Table 2013-14

During the Faraday Challenge Day season, the accompanying teachers are invited to form their own engineering team and take part in the challenge for themselves. 

Although there are no winning prizes for the teachers, you will be able to pat yourselves on the back and see how well you performed in our Teacher's League Table below.


"Excellent event - would like to offer opportunity to wider groups of students." 

Maths teacher, Bangor Grammar School.


"Interesting challenge for pupils to engage in which they really enjoyed and benefitted from - also helped encourage teamwork and creativity."

Carrickfergus Grammar School teacher.


"The video explaining the challenge was pitched just right and created a nice level of enthusiasm."

D&T teacher, Dyffryn Taf School.


"Pupils really enjoyed the day and discovered how science, technology and maths can be used hand in hand to create innovative projects. We would be very interested in being involved in any future projects/STEM activities."

Greenhill School teacher.

Teacher's League Table 2013-14

RankHost schoolPoints
1Monkseaton High School93
1Wells Cathedral School93
2Sutton Valence School91
3Churston Ferrer's Grammar School89
4Prior Park School88
5Wellington School87
5The Holt School87
6Chauncy School86
7|King Edward VI Academy85
8Morecombe Community High School84
9Kennal Technology College81
10Fulford School80
11Palatine Sports College79
12Burton Borough School78
12The Stanway School78
13Trinity Academy, Edinburgh76
14Ludlow C of E School75
15Sandfields Comprehensive School72
16Belmont Academy, Ayr70
17Kirkcaldy High School, Kirkcaldy67
18University of Ulster, Belfast66
19St. Colman's College, Newry59
20Bangor Grammar School, Bangor45
21St John's School & Sixth Form40


Updated 27 March 2014