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On Wednesday Years 8 to 10 boys in the SACLO Society (South Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad) worked on deciphering Braille, Tenji script for Japanese, Pitjantjatjara (one of the Western Desert languages spoken by around 2,000 Australian Aboriginal people) and Zoque (spoken by 30,000 indigenous Mexicans).

Next week two teams will battle it out in the Regional Round of the OZCLO competition.

If you are interested in joining SACLO and solving intriguing language problems please email

Rachel Spiby
Head of Languages