Nine Stratford students make the Bebras Computational Thinking National Finals

Bebras Challenge Ireland
NEWS / 14 January 2020

In November during EU Code Week, students from 2nd Year to 5th Year all sat the Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge during Computer Studies class - 15 online problem solving questions in 45 minutes.

Approximately 6000 students all around Ireland competed in the challenge in a number of different age categories. The highest scoring students are then invited to compete in Bebras National Finals in Maynooth University on 28th March 2020.

Congratulations to the following nine Stratford students who have been invited to compete in the Finals:

  • Cassie Murphy and Josh Taylor (2nd Year)
  • Seán Noonan and Dónal Ó Maolagáin (3rd Year)
  • Togii Chilkhaajav, Nathan Siung, Sid Katepally, Jason Li and Ross Gaynor (TY)

See also Awards & Achievements.

Ms O'Kelly

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