Joanna Cranston (2nd Form) and Harris Morgan-Booth (4th Form) have won Best in School for the UK Bebras Competition.
The Bebras Computing Challenge is run in association with Oxford University and introduces computational thinking to students. It is organised in over 50 countries and designed to get students all over the world excited about computing. Pupils had up to 15 problems to solve independently in 40 minutes and 50k students took part across the UK.
Joanna came Best in School in the Intermediate level and Harris came Best in School in the Seniors competition. Both finished in the top 10% of the national entrants.