Years 3 to 6 take on Computational Thinking Challenge

Years 3 to 6 competed in the first round of the CSIRO BEBRAS Challenge again this year.  

The CSIRO Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge is an international initiative aiming to promote Computer Science among school students at all ages.

The Bebras challenge is open twice a year to Australian Students in Years 3-12, and engages students’ computational thinking and problem solving skills in a fun, interactive environment. 

“Our students really enjoy the collaborative problem solving and are looking forward to the results being released soon and the second round later in the year,” said Head of Primary Studies Michelle Sullivan.

Round Two of this year’s challenge will take place from 21 August to 10 September.