Our students have been recognised by Raspberry Pi for the work they did towards the PA Pi Awards 2022 competition.
Mr El Moudden says: “This year has seen a range of great results from the range of Computer Science related competitions run at Trinity. Our popular Pi club has offered members from across all year groups the opportunity to work together to demonstrate ingenuity; producing some of the most brilliant ideas. Competitions like the PA Pi Awards, provide an environment for innovation, and allow our students to explore practical experiences to solving real-world problems such as sustainability, climate change, recycling, and tackling food waste.”
Charity, the Raspberry Pi Foundation engages young people globally in learning computing and digital making skills through a network of clubs and events and through partnerships, as it seeks to advance the field of computing education, and the PA Pi Awards celebrate innovation, technology, and invention in young people aged 8-18. Well done once again to our teams!
"Competitions like this one provide an environment for innovation; allowing our students to explore practical experiences to solving real-world problems such as sustainability, climate change, recycling, and tackling food waste."
Mr El Moudden
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