Oluwatomisin wins an historic prize for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Oluwatomisin Magbagbeola wins an historic prize for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at Christ’s Hospital.
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Oluwatomisin Magbagbeola, Grange School Alumni, Class of 2019, wins The Wilcox-Wallis Prize for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Award.
"I am proud to have been presented with this award - The Wilcox-Wallis Prize for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - which is an historic prize first awarded at Christ’s Hospital in 1904 to a young man, Barnes Wallis, who went on to become one of the greatest Engineers of the 20th century and who was also awarded an Albert Medal, a Royal Medal and a Knighthood.
It is usually awarded to a student who excels in any combination of Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Design and Technology and is going on to do an Engineering degree in university.
I plan to use it as a source of motivation as I pursue my further education, and would like to thank my teachers in Grange School for instilling in me the fundamental knowledge that I have applied during my A-Levels and has gotten me to where I am today.
I plan on studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering at university from September 2021”.
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