CAT Computational Algorithmic Competition

By Amanda Fraser | Posted: Monday July 11, 2022

In early May, 34 Logan Park Students participated in the Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) Competition.

Run by the Australian Maths Trust, the one-hour problem solving competition is designed to encourage student curiosity and promote multiple modes of thinking and has a mixture of multiple-choice and integer answers and incorporates unique ‘three-stage tasks’ that encourage students to develop informal algorithms and apply them to test data of increasing size or complexity.

All participants enjoyed the challenge of solving real-world problems involving the skills of the future, helping them become more confident as they take on interesting new challenges.

Congratulations to the following students who achieved outstanding results:

High Distinction:

Geordie Stevenson (Y10)


Dominic Mein (Y9)

Charlie Cracknell (Y11)

Micah Duckles (Y11)

David Zeng (Y11)

Hugo Todd (Y12)

Ethan Hanson (Y12)

Bill Campbell (Y13)

Bryn Loughran (Y13)


Ava Van Asten (Y9)

Jordan Turner (Y9)

Odin Hyink (Y9)

James Fleming (Y9)

Ken Nguyen (Y9)

Tyne Grant (Y10)

Jenah Allum (Y10)

Cambell Drake (Y10)

Aubrey Alsop Mackie (Y11)

Nathan Mutch (Y11)

Charlie Bauchop (Y11)

Lars Peeters (Y11)

Naoki Kozakai (Y11)

Ronglei Liu (Y12)