We received the fantastic submissions below for our recent COVID-19 Learning at Home Project. Please click on the images to view the projects.

Key Stage One

Christina Kounatidou, Y2 – St Barnabas Primary School Junghwan Park, Y2 – St Barnabas Primary School
Lucy Smith, Y2 – St Barnabas Primary School Nuria Stanyek, Y2 – St Barnabas Primary School
Jessica Goldsworthy, Y2 – St Barnabas Primary School

Key Stage Two

Elena Pérez-Aguirre, Y6 – St Barnabas Primary School Patricia Pérez-Aguirre, Y6 – St Barnabas Primary School
Abagail Coates, Y4 – Standlake Primary School Elodie Fleet, Y3 – Stanton Harcourt Primary School
Tea Mackie, KS2 – Burford Primary School Teddy Sellars, Y4 – Stanton Harcourt Primary School
Emily, Y5 – Tackley Primary School

 

Successful Entrants

Our congratulations go to the following successful entrants:

 

Key Stage One

KS1 Winner – Lucy Smith, St Barnabas Primary School

Highly Commended – Christina Kounatidou, St Barnabas Primary School

Commended – Jessica Goldsworthy, St Barnabas Primary School

 

Key Stage Two

KS2 Winner – Abigail Coates, Standlake Primary School

Highly Commended – Patricia Pérez-Aguirre, St Barnabas Primary School

Commended – Elena Pérez-Aguirre, St Barnabas Primary School

Commended – Tea Mackie, Burford Primary School

Commended – Teddy Sellars, Stanton Harcourt Primary School

The winners of each project have received a £20 Amazon voucher and a 123ICT Pupil Workshop for their school. Well done to all who took part in the projects.

 

Future Competitions

We currently hope to resume our regular computing competitions and league, which we suspended due to COVID-19 school closures earlier this year,  in the spring of 2021. We will keep you posted on this blog nearer the time.

For full details of all our computing competitions and computing champions league, please visit our website competitions page: https://123ict.co.uk/123ict-computing-competitions/