Turing House

Alan Turing (1912-1954)

Born in London, Turing was a mathematician, computer scientist, philosopher and code-breaker.  He became best known for his work in WW2 at Bletchley Park, breaking the Enigma codes.  Recognised today as the father of artificial intelligence, his work was not widely acknowledged in his life-time, in part because of his homosexuality which in those times was illegal.  “We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs to be done.”

Director of House:  Mrs T Beckwith

Head of House:  Mrs C Williams

Student Support:  Miss S Harding

More information about the House - values of each House, prefect system, performance in House competition, current points tally etc.

 

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