Elites and Seniors battle in final of BEBRAS challenge
Posted: 25th January 2017
On 21 and 22 January, 89 talented students visited the Department of Computer Science, to take part in the second round of a UK-wide challenge.
The UK BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge is designed to get students excited about computing and computational thinking. It challenges students to use all of their skills to solve tasks that have been inspired by topics in Computer Science.
The finalists, who brought a guest with them, were drawn from over 81,000 students across the UK who took part this year. They participated in a final challenge before attending lunch and a prize-giving ceremony at Hertford College
The UK Bebras Challenge is proudly supported by Google. Find out more here: bebras.uk
1st: Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College, Sam Caughley
2nd: Nonsuch High School for Girls, Georgie Stroud
3rd: Clitheroe Royal Grammar School, Boris Andrews
1st: University College School, Geno Racklin Asher
2nd: Sutton Grammar School, Alex Darby
3rd: Sutton Grammar School, Stephen Darby
3rd: Dame Alice Owen's School, Sebastian Kreutz Wellsted