— The Oaks Bolton (@OaksBolton) 13 December 2018
What a fantastic response from schools. We had nearly two hundred cards to choose from, below you can see the entries that were shortlisted .
These entries were then added in to a survey for all our unit staff to have their vote. Our voting lines close today at 4.30 and the winner will be announced tomorrow.
Thank you and Good Luck to all the schools that entered.
Maria has had a busy run up to Christmas delivering Christmas theme workshops – here are some highlights from St Brendan’s RC Primary.
We had a great afternoon making Christmas games on Scratch with Maria Temel from Bolton SICT. We added flying objects, changed variables such as the speed and added timers and scoreboards to our games. (Ref: St Brendan’s School Blog Yr6)
All our staff have been voting & the voting line is now closed!
The winner of this year’s Christmas Card competition is … BrookeL @StSaviourCE
There were some fab entries
Well Done to everyone 🎄
A massive thank you to everyone who sent in entries for our Schools ICT Design a Christmas Card competition. We had a great time in the office looking through all your wonderful entries. They were all fabulous and made it very hard for us to choose but after some serious conversations the winner has to be Finley’s entry from St Saviour CE Primary School – Well Done!
Finley’s card will be the official 2016 Christmas Card from the Schools ICT unit so look out for it coming to your school soon. Finley has won a morning of Scratch programming for his class in January.
Once again thank you for all your entries and hard work.
Bring on the mince pies!
We invited all schools to design our unit Christmas Card.
We had a great response, thank you to all the schools that entered.
In no particular order, here are the designs that have been shortlisted. The winner will be announced next week . Good Luck!
Which one is your favourite?