Beechen Cliff School host National Cyber Roadshow South West Beechen Cliff School were proud to host one of the first Cyber Roadshows to introduce cyber security to school children aged 10–14 years old, developing their knowledge and setting them on ..
The Bebras Computing Challenge introduces computational thinking to students. It is organised in over 40 countries and designed to get students all over the world excited about computing. This is the third year of running this challenge at Beechen Cliff ..
Four boys from our Lower Sixth A Level Computer Science group travelled to the BT Headquarters in Ipswich in April to take part in the National Finals of the CoSpace Rescue League. The CoSpace Rescue Competition is the sub-league of RoboCupJunior ..
On Thursday, 16th March the Computing department took a team of Year 9 and Year 10 computer science students to the University of Bath to take part in Crypto Challenge (part of the Bath Taps into Science festival). The teams ..
A team of four sixth formers travelled to Leipzig this month to compete in the world finale of the CoSpace Rescue competition. They had won the UK competition in Ipswich earlier this year, which earned them a place in the ..
As a joint venture between the Science Club and the Programming Club we took a group of 15 Year 7 boys to visit the Bloodhound SSC headquarters in Avonmouth on June 21st. There the boys had the opportunity to take ..
The pupil’s in Year 7 have been very excited to finally get their hands on the new BBC micro:bits. These small programmable computers allow student’s to learn programming & systems in fun and useful ways.
The pupils in Year 7 and 8 have been hard at work creating animations for the national Animation 16 competition (sponsored by Manchester University) For several lessons we have explored generating a suitable idea, storyboarding that idea, then designing the ..
Pseudocode is a detailed yet readable description of what a computer program or algorithm must do, expressed in a formally-styled natural language rather than in a programming language. When studying GCSE and A Level Computing you need to be familiar ..