Bebras Computing Challenge

Published 18 December 2023

Last month, students from Years 7 – 11 took part in the Bebras Computing Challenge. Each participant answered questions testing their computational and logical thinking. The following were the top 10 performing students in the school for their respective categories:

 

Juniors (Year 7)

Nila Arulmurugan (Best in School, Junior)

Alice Johnstone

Alex Yazaki-Montes

Jamie Curry

Joseph Hunter

Eddie Read

Brodie McKenzie

Georgina Rushmer-Wilson

Josie Appleton

Alice Kirby

 

Intermediates (Years 8 & 9)

Jamie Fry (Best in School, Intermediate)

Ben Ransom

Eddie Appleton

Penelope Neilson

Oliver Robins

Oliver Comber

Hansika Bolli

Madeline Hall

Sam Goodwin

Florence Chalk

 

Seniors (Years 10 & 11)

Timmy Wraight (Best in School, Senior)

Johan Giaever-Enger

Adam Kateregga

Ollie Steele

Jacob Johnson

Frederick Johnstone

Casper Nolan

James Houghton

Henry Chalk

Clara Zeferino

Congratulations to all participants, with special mention to Jamie Fry, who achieved a perfect score of 200. Only 91 out of 209,744 students nationwide achieved a perfect score in this age group, which makes Jamie’s achievement incredibly impressive!

78 St Bart’s students received a Gold certificate for achieving a top 10% score in their respective categories and therefore are now invited to participate in the Oxford University Computing Challenge (OUCC). The OUCC is taking place between 15 – 19th January 2024. This event encourages students to develop their skills further and produce programmed solutions to computational thinking problems. We wish them all the best!