THE results are in from last month’s UK Bebras Computing Challenge.

The annual challenge introduces students to computational thinking. It is organised in over 40 countries and designed to get students all over the world excited about Computing.

A total of 21 King’s Ely Senior students’ results were in the top 10% in the country, securing them a place in the next round of the competition – the Oxford Computing Challenge, which will take place in March.

Best in school for Intermediate in Year 9 was Elliott Bord, for Seniors in Years 10 and Year 11 it was Matthew Chaudhry, and for the Elite category in Years 12 and Year 13 it was Henry Zheng.

Congratulations all, and for those competing in the next round, good luck!

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