BETT 2014: Kodu Kup, Nicki CooperPresentation Transcript
About the Competition
The Kodu Kup is open to anyone from a UK school aged
between seven and fourteen.
Children must be entered as a team of three, forming a mini
What Should be Submitted?
Teachers should enter their pupils’ work using the Microsoft
Partners in Learning website.
Two files will need to be submitted per team:
The game itself
The closing date for all entries is Friday 30th May.
The top three teams in each category will receive an
invitation to present their games to a panel of judges from
the games industry at Microsoft Headquarters in
At the end of the day the winners of each category will
each receive a Surface RT tablet and the overall winning
team will take home the Kodu Kup!
Quick Reference Guide
What do you need to do and when? Follow the guide below:
Like and follow KoduKup on
Twitter and Facebook for
Familiarise yourself with Kodu
Game Lab or Project Spark and
begin to introduce this in
Promote the Kodu Kup
competition in school.
APRIL – MAY 2014
MARCH – MAY 2014
Pupils create game
documentation for their game.
Pupils upload games to Kodu
Game Lab or Project Spark
community and promote their
game in school.
BY 30th MAY 2014
Submit games and
documentation to be entered
for the competition.
Winners invited to Microsoft
HQ in Reading to receive their
prizes and attend workshops.
Pupils design, develop and test
their games in groups of three.
Partners in Learning Network
Kodu Game Lab Home Page
Tutorial Videos on YouTube
Scheme of work aimed at Key Stage 3