Take part in our
To celebrate Computer Science Education Week, we’re giving away prizes worth over $8,000.
Simply complete the daily challenges below with your class and be in the draw to turbo-charge your school’s Computer Science lab.
Deadline: Saturday December 11th
How does it work?
Get your students thinking about Computer Science and why it’s so important. After warming up with the first few challenges, they’ll have to think programmatically to solve our last and most exciting challenge!
Once you complete each daily challenge, simply share it on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram to be entered to win.
Complete any 3 challenges for a chance to win:
Your students can start coding in minutes, with this exciting set of twelve pi-top  computers and Electronics Kits, along with a license of Further to make teaching and learning Computer Science fun and simple.
Complete all 5 challenges for a chance to win:
Electronics & Robotics
Superset (Class Pack)
The ultimate CS Kit! With twelve sets of our pi-top  computers, Electronics and Robotics Kits, plus a license for Further with 100+ hours of standards aligned CS lessons, this kit is all you need to teach and learn computer science.
Day 1: Caption this...
Compose a creative, silly, or clever caption for our photo!
Download and post this photo with your most creative caption to Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Don’t forget to tag us at @GetPiTop and include the hashtags #pitopDay1 and #CSEdWeek on your submission.
Day 2: Spot the difference
There are ten differences between these two photos. Can you find them all?
You’ll receive a confirmation post to share on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Don’t forget to tag us at @GetPiTop and include the hashtags #pitopDay2 and #CSEdWeek on your submission.
Have your students work in pairs and see who can find the differences first. Or project the photos on the wall and make it a whole class activity! Then simply circle the differences, take a photo and upload on the form below.
Day 3: Scavenger hunt
Take a tour of the pi-top website to find the answers to the three questions in the entry form below.
Submit your answers to the questions below. Then post a picture of your submission confirmation to social media and don’t forget to tag us at @GetPiTop with the hashtags #pitopDay3 and #CSEdWeek
Day 4: What does CS mean to you?
It’s time to get creative! Work with your class to think about what Computer Science really means and why it’s important. Take a photo, write a poem, create a video, or draw a picture that represents your definition.
Post your creation to Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram and don’t forget to tag us at @GetPiTop and include the hashtags #pitopDay4 and #CSEdWeek on your submission.
Day 5: Coding unplugged!
Did you know that you can introduce coding to your students without actually getting them on a computer? See our final challenge here in Further. Sign up and then follow the instructions to guide your students through our offline coding puzzle.
Then, submit your answer in Further to receive your final submission confirmation. Don’t forget to tag us at @GetPiTop and include the hashtags #pitopDay5 and #CSEdWeek on your submission.
Register to get started
These five challenges can be completed each day, or all at once, and do not need to be completed in order.
They will all need to be shared on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram with the correct hashtags to ensure you are entered for each day.
Complete and post these challenges on social media by 11:59pm on Saturday the 11th of December 2021, your entries will be counted in the draw!