UK Bebras

 
 

Teachers

 

Teacher account


Login/Register here

When you register, your account will be inactive until we manually verify your teacher status by contacting your school. During busy periods, this verification process may take up to three working days following confirmation by your school.

New school registration

  • If your school has not been previously registered for Bebras, you will automatically assume the role of the main school coordinator.
  • Once your account is active, you will gain access to the admin site. Here, you can create accounts for other teachers and also have the option to transfer the main coordinator role as needed.

Enrol your students

Student accounts are created by their respective teachers. To simplify this process, you can upload a spreadsheet. Detailed instructions can be found on the admin site.

We highly recommend enrolling all students within a year group. This is because one of the primary aims of the challenge is to identify aptitude for computational thinking. The tasks are presented as engaging puzzles, starting with relatively easy ones to encourage participation from all students. During the timed challenge, only a few students manage to complete all the problems. However, with practice, most students find that they can tackle problems that initially seemed very challenging. We encourage you to enrol the entire school!

Promote the challenge

Registered teachers can access downloadable posters and flyers in the documents section of the admin site.

Run a club

Consider running the Bebras challenge as an enrichment club. In the teachers' area of the admin site, you'll find tools to create quizzes for your students. Students can benefit from working in groups, working collaboratively to enhance their skills.

Check for messages

Please be aware that school filters may block emails sent to our mailing list. Therefore, important information for teachers will be posted in the Messages section of the admin site. It is recommended to regularly check this section to stay updated on any announcements or notifications.


Teaching resources

Computational Thinking
A free guide for teachers to help develop a shared understanding of the teaching of computational thinking in schools.
https://www.computingatschool.org.uk/media/kscbloob/computationalthinking.pdf

Bebras Cards for primary schools
Bebras cards teacher's page

Blockly Turtle teaching resources:
Bebra Blockly turtle teacher's page

The Computing Curriculum
A comprehensive set of free resources from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, to help you teach computing to students aged 5 to 16.
www.raspberrypi.org/curriculum

ADA Computer Science
An on-line learning site from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, for GCSE (14-16) and A Level (16-19) teachers and students. Covers a wide range of computer science concepts and available completely free to users across the globe.
adacomputerscience.org

Hello World magazine
A magazine full of useful ideas for computer science teachers. Produced quarterly by the Raspberry Pi Foundation and available free to educators across the globe.
helloworld.raspberrypi.org

edX platform
A wide range of free online courses for computer science teachers bought to you by the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
edx.org/school/raspberrypifoundation

‚ÄčLearn about computational thinking with Google

google.co.uk