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Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge

Well done to our 13 pupils who finished in the top 10% of the Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge, which qualified them to take part in The Oxford University Computing Challenge (OUCC), enabling them to develop their skills further and produce programmed solutions to computational thinking problems. 

Our Gold Certificate Recipients who have qualified are: 
  • Thomas Parkman, Year 8 
  • Lucille Raynal, Year 8 
  • Harrison Williams, Year 9 
  • Alfie Carey, Year 9 
  • Eleanor Atkins, Year 9 
  • Rosie Wells, Year 9 
  • Alex Morris, Year 9 
  • Joshua Knott, Year 9 
  • Hugo Paton-Freeman, Year 9 
  • Freddie Tuke, Year 9
  • Alvan Wong, Year 9
  • Theo Wood, Year 9
  • Chan Chris, Year 10
In addition, we’d also like to congratulate Emma Gillbanks, Lucille Raynal, Chan Chris and Ethan Turnbull who each received a certificate for ‘Best in School’ for having the highest mark in their groups.

Well done to all who took part and best of luck to those who are taking part in OUCC in February!

His Majesty King Charles III retains Patronage of Wells Cathedral School
We are delighted that His Majesty King Charles III will remain the Patron of Wells Cathedral School.

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