Winners of the National Contest Programming in Scratch Determined

Winners of the National Contest Programming in Scratch Determined
23 April 2016
23 April 2016

On April 23, Orsha hosted the finals of the national contest Programming in Scratch.

295 projects were submitted by school students, including 85 projects in the World of Animation category, 137 – in the Quest Game category, and 73 – in the Educational Project in Scratch category.

Students from Minsk and the Vitebsk region were the most active and send 99 and 98 projects correspondingly. 30 projects were prepared by students from the Grodno region, 24 – from the Grodno region, 18 – from the Mogilev region, 8 – from the Brest region.

Judges of the contest selected 8 projects in each category to be presented at the finals in Orsha. All the 24 students received finalist certificates and prizes.

The winners are as follows:

The World of Animation Category

  • Project ”Peppa in the Park…“
Igor Shmygalev, Grade 3, Gomel – 1st Degree Diploma
  • Project ”Granny's Grandpa“
Olga Krasiukova, Grade 2, Minsk – 2nd Degree Diploma
  • Project ”Wordplay“
Konstantin Ashvilov, Grade 2, Lida – 3rd Degree Diploma

The Quest Game Category

  • Project ”Byteland“
Egor Koleda, Grade 8, Minsk – 1st Degree Diploma
  • Project ”To Go to School“
Alexey Losev, Grade 8, Gomel – 2nd Degree Diploma
  • Project ”Ivan Tsarevich and the Golden Apples“
Alexander Cherniavsky, Grade 7, Orsha – 3rd Degree Diploma

Educational Project in Scratch

  • Project ”Learning How to Program with Scratchy Kitten“
Egor Anisevich, Grade 5, Brest – 1st Degree Diploma
  • Project ”Timeline“
Alexander Khristenko, Grade 8, Baran – 2nd Degree Diploma
  • Project ”What Do You Know About Belarus? Quiz“
Victor Yakubenok, Grade 8, Glubokoe – 3rd Degree Diploma

Informatics teacher of the Grodno Secondary School No.37 Olga Murina was praised for having trained 10 participants of the contest, with three of them becoming finalists.

The contest was sponsored by the HTP resident-companies Brimit and Belka Games.

The Hi-Tech Park congratulates the participants, the finalists, the winners, the parents and the teachers, and wishes everyone success, inspiration, and interesting projects!

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