The Online Coding Challenge was organized within the "21st Century Schools" program, which is implemented in Serbia by the British Council in cooperation with the Ministry of Science, Education and Technological Development, and which is financed by the UK Government.
The winning project named „Svetlosno-zvučni rasterivač ptica“ is made by Milica i Nađa, under the mentorship of teachers Stevica Janković and Mirjana Vasilijević. Second place goes to the school „Jovan Cvijić“ from Zminjak, and third place is Elementary School „Stanimir Veljković Zele“ from Bojnik.
We are glad that most of the topics of these school projects are focused on sustainable development and the presentation of work in schools as a small but important contribution to achieving the goals of sustainable development. “We need to look at schoolchildren and their projects in the context of promoting sustainable development goals, and in particular advocating for some of the issues to be addressed by the Summit of the Member States of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change to be held in Glasgow in November under the title COP26”.