Hull Collegiate Pupil wins all-expenses trip to Google HQ in California in coding competition

Hull Collegiate Pupil wins all-expenses trip to Google HQ in California in coding competition

A 16 year old from Hull Collegiate School beat more than 3,500 students in a coding competition to win a trip to Google’s headquarters in California.

Josh, a Year 11 pupil at Hull Collegiate School, Anlaby, was announced as one of the winners in Google’s annual Code-In competition. A total of 3,566 students from 76 countries took part in the competition, with 20,840 tasks being completed with 29 open source organisations.  

Josh chose to participate with CircuitVerse, a product developed by students at the International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore.  

Josh’s entry has won him and a parent a trip to Google’s headquarters at Mountain View, California, in June 2020.  Josh said, “The project I worked on involved 22 tasks in research and programming and I am excited to get the opportunity to visit Google HQ.”

Mr Carmichael, Head of Computing, said, “Once again, Josh has proven himself to be a world beater in the field of Computer Science.”

To find out more about the Code-In competition, visit: codein.withgoogle.com

Hull Collegiate School is an independent co-educational day school for children aged 3-18 years.  Based in the historical grounds of Tranby Croft, Anlaby, the school is committed to bringing out the best in everyone and have a ‘no ceilings’ approach to what their pupils can achieve.

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