Computational Thinking Contest

Dear Parents,
It’s a pleasure to introduce you to Bebras Challenge (Computational Thinking Contest).

Who can join: Primary 1 to Junior College (Grade 1 to Grade 12)

When: 28, 29, 30 April 2017 (Private Candidates)

You can choose the day of the competition in this period.
Office hours: 12 pm – 7 pm (28 April), 10 am – 4 pm (29, 30 April)

Where: SIMCC Centre, 1 Sophia Road, #04-05, Peace Centre S228149
**Please bring your own laptop on the day of competition.

Duration: 40 or 45 minutes (depending on level)

Registration fee: $30 per student. To be paid in cash on the day of competition.


Registration: Please send an email to to express your interest.


Bebras introduces computational thinking and informatics to students. The contest is organised in over 40 countries and it is made of a set of questions that can be answered without prior knowledge about computer science but are clearly related to computer science concepts. To solve those questions, students are required to think in and about information, discrete structures, computation, data processing and algorithmic concepts.

Last April 2016 with the help from Infocomm Development Authority (IDA), a total of 645 students from 15 Singapore schools participated in Bebras Trial Challenge 2016: 152 students from Primary 5 & 6, 332 from Secondary 1 & 2, 151 from Secondary 3 & 4, and 10 Junior College students.

It is in partnership with NUS School of Computing and National Olympiad in Informatics (NOI). Top performers in Bebras Challenge will be trained by lecturers from NUS School of Computing for NOI. More details will be released together with Bebras 2017 results.

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