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The TCS Oxford Computing Challenge
A new competition, piloting in March 2017. The top 10% achieving students in the UK Bebras Challenge will be invited to take part in a new challenge which aims to help talented computational thinkers move on to providing programmed solutions to problems.
British Informatics Olympiad
Able programmers compete to solve difficult programming problems with the ambition of representing their country in the International Informatics Olympiad.
The Future Makers Awards
During Europe Code Week, youngsters between 10 – 17 years old are invited to make the future by using their coding superpowers to create projects that bring about a positive social change in their communities.
International Informatics Olympiad
The ultimate Computer Science competition. National teams, selected through their own national olympiads compete against each other on really difficult computing puzzles.
Pi Wars is a challenge-based robotics competition in which Raspberry Pi-controlled robots are created by teams and then compete in various challenges to earn points.
The School of Computer Science at The University of Manchester hosts the 10th annual UK Schools Computer Animation Competition. It launches September 2016.