School-gen teamed up with Interface magazine to challenge students to build an energy efficient, low environmental impact house using Minecraft. With over 200 amazing entries it was a huge task for the judges to choose the winners.
The judges focused on how well the students met the brief in terms of energy efficiency and low environmental impact, as well as innovative and imaginative designs.
The winners got a Sphero SPRK+ Edition Robotic kit for their class and a $50 Prezzy card. Runners up received $50 Prezzy cards.
Congratulations to the following winners! You can check out their winning submissions here.
Primary (years 1-6)
1st Daniel Turinsky, Nelson Central School
2nd Hayden Townsend, ACG Strathallan
3rd Kayte and Kora-Lee, St Patrick’s Catholic School Taupo
Intermediate (Years 7-8)
1st Gemma Lovewell, Adventure School
2nd Mille Keith and Sophie Hayden, St Andrew’s College
3rd Timmy Cowdrey and Davis Grigg, Broadgreen Intermediate School
Secondary (Years 9+)
1st Chantelle Renolds, Mission Heights Junior College
2nd Shaun Cole-Baker, Kingsway School
3rd Sean Winch, Te Kura (Correspondence School)