For all your calculation needs!

Ever needed to perform a calculation, but didn't have a calculator? Well, you're in the right place. This website contains a calculator for you to use.


A local library website example made using Django, a Python Web Framework.


This fully german language website is actually not a real river cruise website, although it looks unbelievably realistic. We created this website for the Oxford German Olympiad.

Note: Best viewed on a computer rather than a mobile phone.

Please don't bother trying to book tickets.

COVID-19 Pandemic in the UK:

This website aims to explain the ongoing story of the coronavirus pandemic in the UK. Have fun reading it! If you scroll down to the bottom of the website there is a feedback form which you can complete. Any feedback you provide will be immensely valuable.

Once you visit this website, there should be an arrow at the bottom-right of your screen. If you click on it it will take you to the top of the website. That way you can easily navigate to the navbar and switch sections without scrolling thorugh lots of text. If this does not appear/work for you, please report it using the feedback form at the bottom of this section in the 'Any Final Thoughts?' section of the form.

Website Project on Brexit:

Brexit is a mix of the words 'Britain' and 'Exit' and is the term used to describe the UK's withdrawal from the European Union. In June 2016, Britain held a referendum to leave or stay in the EU and the country voted by 52% to leave the EU.

Find out more on the first website I ever created.