Summer Term Scratch Game Competition Date Correction

Apologies for giving the closing date of our Summer Term Scratch Game Competition as the 1st of July 2021 in our last competitions email. It should have, of course, been 1st of July 2022.

 

‘Make the Robot Go!’ Competition Winners

Our congratulations go to St Mary’s Catholic Primary School Bicester for winning our recent ‘Make the Robot Go!’ Competition. The competition involved schools submitting a video of Key Stage One children programming floor robots. The super Bee-Bot winning entry from St Mary’s can be seen here.

 

123ICT Computing Champions League Table

The current league positions for our competing schools, with three competition left to go for this year, are:

 

Superb Prizes for 2022

We are delighted to be able to announce that we have secured the following wonderful prizes for this year’s lucky winners, from our generous sponsors:

 

Computing Competition League Champions

The winning school will receive a Computing Champions League trophy and a super HP Chromebook 11A G8 Education, kindly donated by Prowise.  Full details of this great prize can be found here,

Computing Competition League Runners-Up

The runner-up school will receive a runners-up trophy and a year’s subscription to the fantastic 123SOW. This provides a completely cloud based computing scheme of work, designed for individual schools, or multi-academy trusts. It is a flexible, interactive scheme of work for the UK Primary Computing Curriculum.

 

KS1 Winners

The school that has accrued the most KS1 league points will receive a year’s subscription to the superb Cloud Stop Motion animation package, which runs directly in the browser on any modern device, with 100GB storage, kindly donated by Zu3D. 

 

KS2 Winners

The school that has accrued the most KS2 league points will receive one year’s subscription to the brilliant Striver  that is designed to improve primary aged pupils long-term physical and mental wellbeing, or the super  Python in Pieces which helps with the transition from block-based coding to Python – both are created and kindly donated by 2Simple.

 

 

Remaining Competitions for this Academic Year

Competition

Key Stage

Closing Date

Online Safety Graphics Poster. Using any software or application, entrants may show rules but as these were presented at the start of the year, an illustrated example reinforcing a particular element of online safety would be expected, in favour of merely reproducing the rules in a list. View the competition information and guidelines for full details.     KS 1 End of 1st half of Summer Term
Online Safety Comic Strip. To create a comic book, or strip, that promotes Online Safety. There are a number of really good free online Comic Strip websites that can be used to create entries. Alternatively, software and applications which may already be held in school can be used. View the competition information and guidelines for full details.      KS 2 End of 1st half of Summer Term
Scratch Game. To create a simple digital game. Although, this competition has been planned with Scratch in mind, we welcome entries using other coding applications such as: Kodu,  2Simple 2Code, Scratch Jnr and Hopscotch for iPads. View the competition information and guidelines for full details.      KS 2 1st of July 2022

 

Further Information

Should you require any further information about any of the above competitions, please contact competitions@123ICT.co.uk or speak to your 123ICT Consultant who will be very happy to assist you. In addition, our website competitions page contains full information about all of our competitions.