Calling all Budding Animators!
The 123ICT Create a School Sports Day Animation Competition is here!
This is your chance to win a fantastic Zu3D Animation Kit, kindly donated by Zulogic Ltd, or a free 123ICT Pupil Workshop for your school!
As we start to prepare for the annual Sports Day event, we thought that it would be good if our competition for term six was to create a digital animation with a School Sports Day theme. The competition is for Key Stage One and Two children, including age appropriate entries from special needs schools. In addition to providing an excellent opportunity for children to practise their digital animation skills, this competition will also give them the chance to hopefully capture the excitement
of your school’s Sports Day.
The winning school will receive a fantastic ZU3D Animation Kit, kindly donated by Zulogic Ltd.
The runner up school will receive a free 123ICT pupil workshop.
All entries will be published on our website: https://www.123ict.co.uk and notification of the winners will also be sent to our schools during Term One of the 2015/16 academic year.
How to create a School Sports Day Animation
Entries for this competition can to be created using virtually any animation software. Entrants can either create a computer animation, using software such as Pivot Animator, Revelation National Art, or 2 Create a Super Story. Or, if wished, create a stop-motion animation using modelling clay, popular building bricks, or similar; recording the motion using digital cameras and frame animation software from manufacturers such as Digital Blue, ZU3D or Lego. In essence, providing the end result can be viewed on a computer using a recognised video file format (WMV, MP4, etc), virtually any method of digital capture can be used to create your animation.
- The competition is intended for Key Stage One and Two children, including age appropriate entries from special needs schools.
- Each 123ICT school is entitled to submit one entry per year group to the competition.
- There will be a Zu3D Animation Kit, kindly donated by Zulogic Ltd, for the first place entry and a 123ICT workshop, of the school’s choice, for the runner up.
- As usual, judging of all entries for our competitions will be carried out by the 123ICT team, calling upon any additional expertise necessary to assist in that judgement.
- The winning entries, along with all other submissions, will be published on our website https://www.123ict.co.uk and notification of the winners will also be sent to our schools at the beginning of Term One in the academic year of 2015/16.
- Entries should be e-mailed as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org. A reply e-mail will be sent to all submitting schools to confirm receipt.
- Closing date: no later than Wednesday 1 July 2015.
Should you have any further questions regarding the competition, please e-mail them to me at the
above competitions address or speak to your 123ICT Consultant who will be happy to assist you.
Good luck in the competition, we look forward to viewing your entries.