Our congratulations go to St John’s Primary School in Banbury for their success in our recent Create an E-Book Competition. We were delighted with the number of really great submissions that we received and were very pleased to inform St John’s that it was their excellent entry, from Summer Gardner, that was awarded first place.

St Mary’s Primary School Bicester came a close second in the competition with their super joint submission from Mary O’Malley and Maximus Timson.

In addition, Hannah Pearl from Rush Common School and Charlie Roman and James Rumary-Larsson from Stonesfield Primary school were also Highly Commended in the competition for their noteworthy entries.

The winning school will receive a single licence for the superb Clicker 7 literacy software (worth £250) , kindly donated by Crick Software; the runner-up school will receive a 123ICT Pupil Workshop of their choice and the winning children will receive book tokens, along with their certificates.

All of the wonderful competition entries we received can be viewed on our website competition gallery.

Thank you to all of the schools who took part in the competition.


123ICT Computing Competitions

Further information about the computing competitions that we regularly hold can be found on our website competitions page.