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UK BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge

The UK BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge is designed to get students excited about computing and computational thinking. 

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  • UK BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge

    The UK BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge is designed to get students excited about computing and computational thinking. 

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  • Car Trouble at SPJ: Debating

    In the fifth of six heats, the SPJ House Debating Club discussed whether or not we should allow machines to drive cars. Beech proposed the motion, represented by Daniel Harden (U3W), Alp Karadogan (L3W) and Elijah Houtondji (U2N), while Oak opposed it, led by Thomas Homes (U3K), Aarav Kushagra (U2A) and Leo Walton (U3M).

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  • Lower First using iPads for the first time

    These Lower Firsts are researching facts about continents for their Geography lesson.

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  • Young Geographer of The year Pop-Up Gallery Inspires Action

    Thursday evening saw the inaugural Young Geographer of the Year Pop-Up Exhibition. 

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  • ​ Les 3 Mousquetaires

    Last Friday the Lower Third year boys were lucky enough to participate in a French workshop about ‘LES TROIS MOUSQUETAIRES’! 

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  • Oxford Computing Challenge - We have a winner!

    After doing extremely well in the BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge and qualifying for the initial round of the TCS Oxford Computing Challenge, Victor Liu and Haolin Zhao were invited to take part in the final round of the TCS OCC competition. 

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  • ​National School Chess Championships

    On Monday 16 April, our chess team competed in the national finals of the Junior Team Challenge of the National School Chess Championships held in Hertford College, Oxford. 

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  • ​The Perse Coding Competition

    Two weeks ago, 20 of our Third Year students joined forces in teams of four to take part in the Perse Coding Competition; a national coding challenge that required them to solve problems by writing algorithms in Python. 

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  • Computer Science success at Oxford University

    A talented Lower Third boy came third in his age group (Junior) in a UK-wide computing competition – The UK BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge – held at the Department of Computer Science at Oxford University on 11 February.

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  • Upper Third Prize Giving

    In the past week, we have celebrated the many and wide-ranging successes of our First, Second and Third Year boys at two prize giving mornings.

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