League tables

The Faraday Challenge Day league tables allow you to keep track of your school's progress throughout the 2018-19 season.

In the schools league table, you can check your rank and position by searching for your school - just enter the first two letters of the name of your school in the 'Search by school' box below.

The teachers league table follows the progress of the teacher's teams as they take on the Faraday Challenge alongside their students.

Schools league table

School name


St John's College, Southsea (Team 1) 72 42
The Burgess Hill Academy, West Sussex (Team 3) 80 51
Old Palace of John Whitgift, Croydon (Team 3) 83 53
Holbrook Academy, Ipswich (Team 1) 79 48
Dereham Neatherd High School, East Dereham (Team 2) 82 56
Wells Cathedral School, Somerset (Team 6) 78 51
Thomas Gainsborough School, Sudbury (Team 1) 71 46
Gordano School, Portishead (Team 6) 72 45
S. Anselms School, Bakewell (Team 4) 76 49
Swanwick Hall School, Alfreton (Team 4) 88 57
John Henry Newman School, Stevenage (Team 6) 69 47
Nobel School, Stevenage (Team 2) 80 52
Fearnhill School, Letchworth (Team 1) 66 43
Belmont Academy, Ayr (Team 4) 71 44
Irvine Royal Academy, Ayrshire (Team 3) 80 50
George Heriots School, Edinburgh (Team 2) 78 46
Nottingham Emmanuel School, West Bridgford (Team 3) 74 45
St Roch's Secondary School, Glasgow (Team 2) 77 49
Brighton Aldridge Community College, Hassocks (Team 2) 87 58
Uckfield College, East Sussex (Team 6) 81 51
Oasis Academy Southbank, London (Team 3) 81 52
St Richard's Catholic College, Bexhill-on-Sea (Team 2) 80 52
Tolworth Girls School, Surbiton (Team 6) 82 49
Harwich and Dovercourt High School, Harwich (Team 5) 72 47
Colchester County High School for Girls, Essex (Team 3) 75 46
Maltings Academy, Witham (Team 6) 71 42
Woolmer Hill School, Haslemere (Team 6) 86 52
Christ the King College, Isle of Wight (Team 6) 74 50


Last updated on

 19th October 2018


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

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 and marks will be awarded on various aspects of their work throughout the day. 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


Stowmarket High School, Ipswich 79 48
Nottingham Emmanuel School, West Bridgford 69 47
Heritage High School, Alfreton 73 57
Thomas Alleyne Academy, Stevenage 71 48
Tolworth Girls School, Surbiton 79 48

 Last updated on

 12th October 2018