On 7 February, the Lower VI computer scientists were invited to a presentation of the Upper VI Computer Science NEA (Non-Exam Assessment) projects.
Each of our Upper VI students taking Computer Science delivered an excellent presentation showcasing the work they have been working hard on throughout the year. After their presentation, they then took questions from the attendees about their project and the NEA in general.
The event serves a dual purpose, providing feedback for the presenters, which will be useful for the evaluation part of the project, and giving the Lower VI students inspiration and insight into their own projects. It was a great event, with students saying that it demystified a lot about the NEA which launches for the Lower VI students in the summer term.