The new student-led Computing Society was set up in September 2018 and all students in Years 12-13 are welcome to attend; we meet in Room 28 Tuesdays as per the school’s Daily Notices.
Computer Science is a 21st Century skill that enables students to be creators rather than just consumers of technology and the aim of the Society is to help and support students who have a passion for computing and who are keen to discuss and debate any aspect of the subject that interests them. Whether it be coding and programming, the dawn of artificial intelligence (AI) or the latest technological developments in this fast changing and moving industry, we want to provide an atmosphere in which students can share their proficiency with other like-minded students. Whereas some of us are hoping to study Computer Science at university, others come along as there are distinct overlaps with Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics. We welcome thoughts and ideas from students, especially if we can all learn from one another, impart and share knowledge with an emphasis on problem solving applicable across disciplines.
All are welcome, regardless of whether they study Computer Science so come along and find out more.