The second coding competition on micro:bit devices was won by the elementary school "Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj" from Svilajnac. The winning project is called "Clean Air, Healthy Living." The students were able to program and create two devices that measure the presence of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and additional particles in the air. Nađa Jovanović, a student from the winning team, visibly excited, said: “All the competing projects were very good and interesting. In the beginning we did not expect to win and that is why we were so looking forward to victory!". "Vuk Karadzic" Elementary School from Vitkovac won second place, while "Stefan Nemanja" Elementary School from Niš finished third.
Schools were invited to submit their works in digital format, after which an expert jury invited the top 15 teams to present their works live in a competition in Niš. The theme of the competition was to respond to one of the United Nations' sustainable development goals.
Rebecca Fabrici, deputy ambassador of the United Kingdom to Serbia, said on this occasion: “Today you are all winners. You worked as a team. You have paired your imagination with knowledge and digital skills. You have crossed a path that is crossed by all innovators - and used new skills to turn your ideas into something new and fascinating. And equally important - you answered some of the problems in your environment and made your environment a little better place to live. "