The Talent Search is a countrywide competition, with 15 thousand participants, in which the learners solve a number of problems that are testing thinking skills, it measures creativity and computational thinking. Computational thinking involves using a set of problem-solving skills and techniques. The Tallent Search promotes problem solving skills and Informatics concepts including the ability to break down complex tasks into simpler components, algorithm design, pattern recognition, pattern generalisation and abstraction. This years results: Bronze Certificate in Talent Search: Achieved better than 50% of all participants Gr 10 & 11 Senior Division Melo Dlamini (gr 10) Nkanyiso Matrose (gr 10) Simhika Nariandas (gr 10) Whitheron Papers (gr 10) Marius Wasserman (gr 10) Leo-Paul Darby (gr 11) Silver Certificate in Talent Search Achieved better than 79% of all participants countrywide. Gr 10 & 11 Senior Division Leighton Ahrends (gr 10 Hugo Bester (gr 10) Gareth Eyles (gr 11) Gr 8 & 9 Intermediate Division Cleon Summers (gr 9) Gold Certificate Talent Search Achieved better than 93% of all participants countrywide. Gr 10 & 11 Senior Division Philip Fick (gr 10) Congratulations! Photo: Back fltr: Nkanyiso Matrose, Leighton Ahrends, Marius Wasserman, Gareth Eyles, Philip Fick, Leo-Paul Darby Front fltr: Witheron Papers, Cleon Summers, Melo Dlamini, Hugo Bester, Simhika Nariandas

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