It’s almost time for summer break and that means our team is busy preparing for the Bebras challenge 2021-2022, which will be held on the 8th to the 21th of November. Are you a teacher and do you want to join the challenge with your students? Sign up as a coordinator through the red button below! Once you’re a registered coordinator, you will receive an email when student registration is open.


Are you a student and do you want to participate in our next challenge? Ask your teacher to register! It is completely free!

Practice with our free app

Let your students practice with our free app of 100 tasks from previous years:

About Bebras®

The Bebras® Computing Challenge introduces computational thinking to students.
It is organized in over 30 countries and designed to get students all over the world excited about computing.
Each participant gets 45 minutes to answer 15 multiple-choice questions that focus on computational and logical thinking.
It is completed online in your own school and it shows to school and student how well their skills are developed.

What teachers say about the challenge:
“I just want to say how much the children are enjoying this competition. It is the first year we have entered, and I have students aged 8 to 11 participating in my ICT lessons, with some of our older students also taking on the challenges. It is really helping to challenge their thinking, and they are showing great determination to try and complete each task! Also fantastic to find something that works on our iPads, as most puzzles of this kind are flash based.”

“Our students completed the challenge this morning, I just wanted to say thank you for running this. It’s a brilliant idea!”

Grade Groups

The Challenge is available for the following grade groups this year:

Kits grades 1 and 2
Castors grades 3 and 4
Benjamin grades 5 and 6
Cadet grades 7 and 8
Junior grades 9 and 10
Senior grades 11 and 12

Anyone within these groups can participate;
it does not matter if it is a language student or a born mathematician!
The questions only require some basic reasoning ability.