Computational Thinking Competition

Bebras is a computational thinking challenge run by Oxford University and Google. It is taken by pupils in over 40 countries worldwide.

This year, for the first time, we entered pupils from primary and secondary across 4 age categories.

All of year 9 entered during their recent pillar day – and had an hour to prepare before completing the 40 minute exam.

We were delighted with the pupils’ achievements, which included many certificates of Merit and Distinction, and 5 pupils from year 9 progressing to the national finals round.

If you want to try out some of the problems yourself – go to