The Bebras Computing Challenge is an international competition, organised in over 50 countries by Oxford University. Its aims are to introduce computational thinking and get students excited about computing. In November, Trinity had a staggering 498 students competing in this high-profile competitiong across all year groups, answering questions that focus on computational and logical thinking skills, reports Mr El Moudden, Teacher of Computer Science.

He explains: “This year, 102 students achieved the top 10% nationally and received a Gold Award. They will now progress into the second round of the competition which takes place in school for the Oxford University Computing Challenge (OUCC) in February 2022.

“There was also an exceptional performance from First Year student, Arihant Tripathy, who scored a maximum score of 200 points, achieving a Best in School Award.”

Well done, Arihant!


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