The cybersafety heroes need Queensland students to help to keep Queenslanders safe in the digital world!
The Premier of Queensland is responding to their call for help by asking school students throughout Queensland to #code4qld. In the first ever Premier's Creating Queensland's Future coding competition.
The cybersafety heroes are after coding solutions such as games, interactive animations and even apps. The choice is up to students!
Entries open on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 and the competition will close on Tuesday, 12 September 2017.
How to enter
Students from state, independent and Catholic schools in Queensland can enter in one of three categories:
- Years 5 and 6
- Years 7 and 8
- Years 9 and 10.
Teachers, parents and legal guardians can read more information and register students' or childrens' entries online.
Terms and Conditions can be viewed online.
Students who enter will be in the running to win some great prizes. Students could take home a humanoid robot, an Arduino Kit, a Raspberry PI powered computer, and loads more. So students need to #code4qld to be in with a chance.
Winners will be announced in Brisbane on 3 November at the i-Educate 2017 conference. Two individual finalists and one team entry from each category will attend the awards ceremony (expenses paid).
If you have any questions email us.