Computer Science students recently took part in the UK Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge 2017. The challenge develops computational thinking. It aims to allow students to develop and explore their skills in problem-solving, thinking and initiative. Students will also be able to discover the techniques required for those wishing to progress on to successful careers in software engineering.
Ashton Sixth Form College students, Joe Jones, Lucy Cryer and Daniel Thorley were recognised by the Ogden Trust, as outstanding North West Physics students at an awards ceremony at the University of Manchester.
Ashton Sixth Form College invited Fairfield High School students to experience Science and Mathematics subjects at A-Level from an alternative perspective.
Alumni Jamie Sutherland-Pownall visited the college yesterday to speak to Physics students about the work he does at Sellafield Ltd., a nuclear fuel reprocessing and nuclear decommissioning site.