Thursday, 17 August 2017

Moonhack - Coding World Record

On Tuesday 15th August, St Francis of Assisi joined kids around the world in setting a new World Record, by taking part in Moonhack.

What is Moonhack?

Moonhack is the World Record set by kids coding, and the idea came from the team at Code Club Australia. Last year 10,207 Australian kids participated in this free event. This year we're going global! From Sydney to Seoul, Dhaka to Durham, kids all over the world will get the chance to collaborate and code today, Tuesday August 15th.

Every student @stfrancischch will take part in one of the following projects:





It was an amazing opportunity for each of our students to have success while coding (at all levels) and to be a part of a World Record attempt. Our Year 7/8 students showed great leadership and computational thinking by supporting the junior students with their Moonhack projects. 

Check out the fun and creativity that was had below! 



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1 comment:

  1. Looks and sounds like great fun!! It was also great to see St Francis of Assisi in the Christchurch Mail, Awesome. Trish

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