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Outstanding results for Tanbridge House School Computer Scientists

The UK Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge, supported by Oxford University and the Raspberry Pi Foundation is designed to get students excited about computing and computational thinking. It is a problem-solving contest with questions inspired by topics in computer science. In the first round, held in their own schools, students must try and solve as many problems as possible in the allotted time. 

This year Tanbridge House School's Computer Science students entered the international competition for the third time. There are six age categories, of which, Tanbridge House School entered two of the categories:

Intermediate (age 12-14)

Senior (age 14-16) 

This year, Tanbridge House School did exceedingly well with an average score of 102 for the Senior age group and 98 in Intermediate. These scores far exceed the West Sussex average as well as the National average of 89 and 74. 

A special mention for Francesca Powell who achieved full marks for the second year running. 

The best in school is awarded to the students who achieved the most points in each of the categories, these have been awarded to:

Intermediate (age 12-14) - Rhys Robins

Senior (age 14-16) - Francesca Powell

We are also delighted to announce that 25 students from Tanbridge House School placed in the top 10% of the country out of 185,000 participants - our best results yet. These students have been invited to enter the 2022 Oxford University Computing Challenge. We are extremely proud of all our students with a special congratulations to the following students who achieved the top 10%.

Congratulations to all the students who entered!