DigiAwards 2020 Results

Congratulations to our entries who won awards in 2020!

We loved celebrating your creativity, passion and talent

  • We had an amazing Celebration Evening! Thank to all the kura and whānau who came.
  • Relive the evening by watching the live stream recording on the Grow Waitaha facebook page. 

Congratulations to our winners:

 

Check out this link for the official results

  • Check out the finalist Mashup video and photo gallery below - we wil continue to add photos to our gallery.

Finalists Mashup

Celebration evening - photo gallery

Here all of our photos from the Celebration evening:

GW DigiAwards 2020 Photo Album

Nau mai, haere mai!

Introducing the DigAwards

We look forward to 2021!

Check out the following information that gives you all you need to know about the Grow Waitaha DigiAwards.

 

Who can enter?

Key dates

Theme

Judging Criteria

Entry criteria

FREE webinar series

DigiAwards and the National Curriculum

DigiAwards 2019 results

Overall winner

Coding battles > Thomas Booker (Year 7–8) from Avonhead School

Teacher: Darelle Busfield

Overall runner up

Te Waka O Tama Rēreti > Whole class-Kākano 1 (Year 0–2) from Bromley School

Teacher: Courtney Gardner

 Finalist mashup

Storytelling

Open

Commercial

Website

Coding

2019 Judges!

Finalist judges

This year, the DigiAwards team have invited a range of exciting and experienced people to judge the finalists in the DigiAwards. View their bios in the gallery below. Select to enlarge.

 

 

 

 

 

Entry judges

Judging all entries are people with experience and expertise in each of the categories. They will decide which entries make it into the finals. View their bios in the gallery below. Select to enlarge.

 

 

 

 

 

Supporting resources

A growing range of resources to support the creation of DigiAwards projects

Design thinking

Digital storytelling

Digital art

Coding

Animation

Video

Creative Commons

DigiAwards terms and conditions

Definitions

‘DigiAwards’ refers to the Grow Waitaha DigiAwards.


General

  • The competition is open to Year 0 to Year 8 students from the Canterbury region. Disqualified participants may not enter into the competition.
  • Entry into the competition is deemed to be acceptance of the entry criteria (view in the dropdown on the main page) and confirmation that the entrant has the necessary authority to enter the competition.
  • Grow Waitaha reserves the right to exclude any person from participating in the competition on reasonable grounds.
  • Grow Waitaha reserves the right to refuse to award any prize to an entrant who Grow Waitaha decides (in its sole discretion) has not adhered to the entry criteria (view in the dropdown on the main page), gained unfair advantage in participating in the competition, or won using fraudulent means.
  • By attending DigiAwards workshops and events, participants grant Grow Waitaha exclusive permission to use their names, photographs, and digital creations in connection with the competition and for future promotion and marketing purposes and waive any claims to royalty, right, or remuneration for such use.
  • By participating, entrants grant Grow Waitaha exclusive permission to use their names, photographs, and digital creations in connection with the competition and for future promotion and marketing purposes and waive any claims to royalty, right, or remuneration for such use.
  • All entrant personal details will be held by Grow Waitaha and may be used for the purpose of the competition and for future promotion and marketing purposes unless otherwise directed by entrants at the time of entry.
  • Grow Waitaha accepts no responsibility for late or misdirected entries.

Prizes

  • Only the students who originally entered the competition can be awarded the prizes.
  • The winners will be determined by a panel of judges who will use the entry categories criteria (view in the dropdown on the main page) of the competition.
  • The judges’ determination of the winners will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • The winners will be notified by email, phone (voice or text) or mail and must be available for the preparation of all publicity that may be required by Grow Waitaha.
  • The prizes are not redeemable for cash or transferable. In the event that the prize specified in the competition becomes unavailable for any reason the promoter may substitute a prize of like or equal value.

Grow Waitaha responsibility

  • Grow Waitaha reserves the right to extend or discontinue the DigiAwards at any stage, for any reason.
  • To the fullest extent permitted by law Grow Waitaha will not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to direct or consequential loss) or for personal injury as a result of competition entry or winning competition prizes.

Acceptance

  • Participation in the competition is deemed acceptance of these terms and conditions.

Contact us

If you have any questions please contact us.

DigiAwards 2018 winners

Overall winner

Kindness is Key

Waitākiri Primary School: Hunter, Yuki, Gemma, Zoe, Shiloh, Sophie, Charlie, and Jacob (Year 5-6)

Overall runner up

Portal

Chisnallwood Intermediate School: Robbie (Year 7-8)

Documentary

Story telling

Website

Coding

Commercial

Creative image