The winner, who achieved the permanent status of Supreme Ultimate Rock Hero for Eternity, was Mohamed from Harris City Academy Crystal Palace.
The event, dubbed Glastonberg on account of Bloomberg's free hosting at their London headquarters, also comprised a mini-maths festival (Mathstock) and an Air Guitar Competition, which was won by Saad from Villiers High School.
Congratulations to all who took part...look out for articles in the TES and the Metro next week!
Teams of 4 in year 7 & 8. Any mix of boys and girls.... Read more
Winner (plus their team & teacher) get whisked down to Battersea heliport for a flight over London that afternoon.... Read more
A mini-festival including an air guitar competition, rock photos and maths problems.
Important message about arrival and departure times - Please do not arrive later than 10.15am as there are security and competitor registration procedures to follow. Feel free to arrive from 9.45am.We will aim for everyone to have left by 2.15pm so that you can get back to school in good time. The winner, their team and their teacher, however, will be driven to Battersea for the helicopter flight from where they will be ready to return home (by public transport - sorry guys) by 3.45pm.