123ICT Competitions for 2015-16
The 123ICT competitions listed below are planned to take place during the academic year 2015-16.
This is the last year that our competitions will appear in this format. From next year, we intend to link the competitions to our exciting new 123ICT Computing Scheme of Work, 123SOW, which is currently under development. Therefore, we have based this year’s challenges upon the most popular competitions from previous years – with, of course, a little tweaking to add some fresh ideas.
As usual, you will find full competition details, including entry requirements and submission deadlines, on this page, using the competition links below. We will also send the details out to schools well in advance of the individual competitions. Nonetheless, we thought that it would be helpful to publish the planned schedule for the year, in advance, in order to assist teachers in their Long Term Planning.
We have been thrilled by the amount and the excellent quality of all of the entries that we have received for our competitions over the last two years and are very optimistic that this year’s will prove to be as popular as in previous years. We wish all entrants good luck and hope that they will enjoy taking part in our competitions.
If you have a good idea for a competition that you would like to see us host, please let us know at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This competition has been extremely popular over the last two years and has attracted some really outstanding fiction and non-fiction entries. It is planned to coincide with World Book Day, on 3 March 2016, thereby providing the opportunity for the entries created by the children to be also shared within school.