Create a Digital Game Competition Results
The 123ICT Computing Competitions for the 2021-22 academic year have now drawn to a close with the recent Create a Digital Game Competition. Our congratulations go to Rory Hartley from Woodstock Primary School for winning the competition and to Samrat Uprety from St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Bicester coming second.
The create a digital game competition was the last competition of 2021-22. The end of year results are:
2022 League Champions – St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Bicester
2022 League Runners-up – Didcot Primary Academy
KS1 Winners – St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Bicester
KS2 Winners – St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Bicester
Prizes & Awards
The well-deserved winners received the following great prizes and awards:
Computing Competition League Champions
Computing Competition League Runners-Up
The runner-up school received 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.
The school that has accrued the most KS1 league points received 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.
The school that has accrued the most KS2 league points received one year’s subscription to the super Python in Pieces which helps with the transition from block-based coding to Python – created and kindly donated by 2Simple.
We held a virtual awards presentation on the 19th of July to celebrate the success of the winning schools. It was great to congratulate the winners and present them with their well-deserved awards. Our thanks go to all the schools that took part in the presentation and to the generous sponsors, Prowise, 2Simple, Zu3D and 123SOW who kindly provided the great prizes.
2021-22 Winning Entries
Please click on the image below to watch a slideshow of all the winning entries from our six competitions held in 2021-22
Computing Competitions for 2022-23
We will be working upon our competitions for the next academic year over the summer and will be publishing the details during the autumn term. Watch this space…