Computer students land £1,000 prize
SIXTH form students have won a £1,000 prize for their school in a computer science competition. Students from The Meridian School, Royston, who study computing and ICT, attended the think computer science event hosted by Microsoft Research in Cambridge.
SIXTH form students have won a £1,000 prize
for their school in a computer science competition.
Students from The Meridian School, Royston, who
study computing and ICT, attended the "think computer
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science" event hosted by Microsoft Research in
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Peter Davies and Michael Heasell represented Meridian
in a computing competition, and beat 20 schools
from the Eastern region, including The Perse and Hills
Road Sixth Form College to win the prize of £1000.
This will be put towards computing equipment for the
A spokesman for Meridian said: "It was an exciting day
of talks, demos and interactive sessions, providing
insight into the world of a computer scientist."
Peter and Michael are pictured with Andrew Herbert,
managing director of Microsoft Research, Cambridge.