Databases (1 of 3)

A database is an organised way of storing information about a set of similar things. It could be a sort of address book, a catalogue of someone's stamp collection, information about football teams, details of a building company's projects and equipment in use, etc.

If we were making a database to store information about a group of students, what kind of information would we want? Let us look at some of the data that might be related to two students called Sue and Wayne:

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