Welcome to the Art-of-Wi-Fi UK Schools Competition
Help your students develop the creative skills they need for today’s technology-driven economy, including digital art, animation and coding. Simply submit their digital designs to enter the competition and your school could win £10,000!
Entries should be based on visual interpretations of the themes ‘How Technology Helps Me Learn’ or ‘The Future Classroom’. Pupils can create art and animations using smartphones, tablets or computers and their entries will help form Britain’s largest virtual children’s art exhibition.
Support from the Education Community
The competition boasts a prestigious panel of judges, including former Secretary of State for Education and Skills, Estelle Morris, who is a patron of the e-Learning Foundation. Additional judges include film producer and CoderDojo ambassador Lord David Puttnam and Stephen Heppell, leading online education expert and Professor of New Media Environments, Bournemouth University. Other key supporters of the initiative include Xirrus Platinum Reseller Partner Academia as well as Autodesk and CoderDojo.
The competition will also be supported by a roadshow starting in December, where Xirrus will visit schools to help students learn about digital art and coding. The winners will be announced at an awards evening to be held at the Saatchi Gallery in London in October 2013, where the winning pieces will be displayed.
Find out more here.
Competition entries must be received no later than 26th July 2013!