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Success at the Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) Competition


The Computational and Algorithmic Thinking Competition is an International competition, administered by the Australian Mathematics Trust to promote logical and algorithmic thinking, which are two fundamental skills required in the study of Informatics. Informatics is a rapidly growing discipline based in Mathematics, in which students learn the basic algorithms, data structures and computational techniques that underlie information and communication.

This year, more than 20,000 students from 450 schools throughout the world entered the competition.


Ormiston College achieved:

63 Credits

13 Distinctions

1 High Distinction


Distinctions were awarded to:

Year 7

Samuel Bond-Murphy

Benjamin Pedersen

Brandon Grant

Nathan Hazel

Khaled Khan


Year 9

Kalem Akhtar

Joshua Venables

Dakota Miller

Lucas Siemsen

Myles Rossini


Year 10

Ally Hui

Year 11

Sean Hall


Year 12

Benjamin Millar


Koby Wood from Year 7 was one of only 52 Year 7 students to achieve a perfect score in the Year 7 and Year 8 competition. Koby was awarded a Certificate of Excellence award for this exceptional result. Well done Koby!


Mr David Bunting
HOD Information Technology

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