STUDENTS from Lyndon School in Solihull, part of the Summit Learning Trust, took part in the BEBRAS Computing Challenge this month.
The challenge is organised in over 60 countries and is designed to get learners all over the world excited about computing.
An amazing 13 Lyndon learners came in the top 10 per cent nationally.
Promoted by Oxford University, the challenge tests the computational and logical abilities of participants, who work to solve complex problems, puzzles and non-verbal reasoning exercises.
Abid Butt, executive principal at Lyndon said: “Everyone at Lyndon is so proud of those who took part in the BEBRAS Computing Challenge, they did amazingly well!
“At Lyndon School, we are committed to offering young people a first-class educational experience which includes activities that challenge them and stretch their ambition.
“We make sure that our learners are equipped to successfully tackle the challenges of the 21st century.”