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Game of Codes Final Day
6th April 2022
Our annual coding competition for pupils in Wales is back! This year, we’re asking participants to create a piece of software under the theme Combatting Climate Change.
Our Game of Codes competition is an opportunity for pupils to develop their problem solving, communication, and teamwork skills while improving their knowledge of computer programming in a fun and inventive way.
The challenge is to create a piece of software under the theme Combatting Climate Change. Examples could include games to teach the importance of tackling environmental issues, apps to help people with recycling and reusing materials, Scratch games to teach climate science, a world in Minecraft to show how flood defences work, or something that helps us learn about climate change in a new, fun way.
– Entries must be submitted using one the form below and sent to email@example.com with the subject line Technocamps Game of Codes Competition by 4pm on Monday 14th March 2022
– Shortlisted entries will be notified on Monday 21st March 2022
– Shortlisted entries will be invited to attend the Game of Codes Final Day hosted by the School of Computer Science and Informatics in Abacws, Cardiff on Wednesday 6th April 2022, where finalists will be given the opportunity to showcase their entry to academics and special guest judges
– The best entries will receive prizes including a special prize of a VIP invitation to the official Abacws Launch event including a lecture by TV celebrity and mathematician Hannah Fry at Abacws on April 27th 2022, and every team will receive a Certificate of Attendance and goodie bag