Computing E-Awards

In Computing Department we look at those students who have performed really well and accumulated the most amount of reward points in  a half term.  The top male and female student in each year group are presented with an E-Award Certificate and customised BMS USB stick.  Students will also have their names in the Computing Hall of Fame (outside F5). Below are the successful students who collected the most reward points in computing last half term:

Year 10 – Andrei Irimia 10E, Hannah Barry 10E

Year 11 – Jackson Helyer 11S, Tegan Collins 11E

Year 12 – Vinal Kerai 12O, Hajar Siari 12O

Year 13 – Cameron Leggat 13W, Catherine Ryan 13W

Well done to our new Computing Hall of Famers.  Watch this space for next half terms winners.

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