Oxford University Computing Challenge

Published 7 February

The OUCC (Oxford University Computing Challenge) is an invitation challenge for UK students to solve computational thinking problems. Those who score in the top 10% nationally during the earlier UK Bebras Challenge are invited to participate. It is exceedingly testing and St Bart’s congratulate all those who took part. Special mentions go to the following students:

Junior Category (Year 7): Wilf Busby (7E2) who came in the top 60 students in the country (over 6000 took part).

Intermediate Category (Year 8 and 9): Isaac Johnson (8E3) and Timmy Wraight (9P3) who came in the top 60 students in the country (over 9000 students took part).