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    Prize-Winning Websites from Year 7-9 Computer Science


    28 Jun, 2018

    10 : 00

    • As we mentioned in a previous post, the students in Mr Kemp’s Year 7-9 Computer Science classes have been learning how to build modern websites. With more and more people accessing the internet from their mobile phones, the students learned how to make sites that will change their layout on smaller screens. We have hosted four of the best sites made by the students on a server in Hong Kong and have included links below. These sites were entirely written by the students and will open in WeChat, your phone browser, or laptop/desktop computer. Here at YCIS Chongqing, we believe that our students need to understand the technologies that shape the world around us and are proud of the talent and creativity shown in these websites.

      The students covered HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, and the Bootstrap framework, learning skills that will help them to find work in the modern economy.

      Our sites include a fiendishly difficult (and very well made) quiz site, a very cute about dolls, an elegant tribute to the movies of Studio Ghibli, and a simple but stylish set of pages about the Star Wars movies. Students chose their own topics and made the sites to reflect their interest. Because our students live in a community where people speak and read a wide range of languages, many of the sites are available in multiple languages.

      • Year 9 Winner: Chris Lee and Jack Hayley (Site available in English and Korean)

      • Year 9 Runner-Up: Keertana Srinivasan, Soyeon Kim and Yehyun Jung (Site available in English, Chinese and Korean)

      • Year 8 Winner: Seohyeon Choi and Yeonjung Cho (Site available in English, Chinese and Korean)

      • Year 7 Winner: Francisco Estevens, Erin Rhude and Kamleshkumar Senthilkumar (Site available in English only)