St Olave’s students top national computer challenge

PUBLISHED: 09:33 27 January 2016 | UPDATED: 09:33 27 January 2016

David Cummings

David Cummings


Two students were sent to the challenge at Oxford University

Gareth SaundersGareth Saunders

Two students from St Olave’s Grammar School had a podium-finish in a national computing challenge at Oxford University.

David Cummings and Gareth Saunders were part of a 103-person competition aimed at getting students excited about computing and computational thinking.

During the UK Bebras Computional Thinking Challenge second round, held on January 17, the pair dominated the intermediate age group category, with Mr Cummings taking first place and Mr Saunders earning third.

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