After a month of fun activities, Creator Academy students finally completed their first CoderZ campaign with added insight on the world of virtual robotics.
This March Sprint, students participated in the CoderZ Novice League (years 4 - 7) and the CoderZ Junior League (years 4 - 9).
Students learned to use Block-Ly and Python coding to complete 20+ missions, collaborating and communicating with each other to find the best solutions. In addition, students were presented with two Challenge missions each to test their problem solving and strategic thinking skills.
The competition was tough, and students kept an eye on the leaderboard as they fought to move up the rankings themselves. In the end, Creator Academy students were able to take out 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the Junior League as well as 2nd and 3rd place in the Novice League. This is our best result since all three of our FLL teams qualified for the Australian National Championships.
At CA, good things come in threes!
Congratulations to our CoderZ League students for a fantastic competition campaign!