And the winners are ... Sefton Park! Congratulations to all those who took part!
Sefton Park
85 points
St Nicholas of Tolentine
80 points
St Werburghs
75 points
7 points

You can find previous week's questions here




Class trip to the @ Bristol Arts and Media Centre




The Redcliffe Challenge was an interactive game and web project which ran in June / July 2001. The site was designed and built by a team of students at St Mary Redcliffe School in Bristol with help from Mark Pollak of Clifton Media. There were 4 Bristol based primary schools who took part.
Hear about the aims of the project from Neil Dennison, project manager recorded at the launch event on 4 June 2001. (requires realplayer which may be downloaded for free)

View the video of the launch event from 4 June 2001 (requires Quicktime plug-in which can be downloaded for free)

Our aim is to have a fun web site that also helps you learn not only how to use the Internet, but also great facts and where you can find them! In a wider sense we hope to raise standards in ICT (information and Communication Technology) across Bristol's schools.

Each week, ten questions were posted on this web site for contestants to research. They then emailed us the answers with the site they got them from. You can see the current scores on the left.

As well as answering questions each week, each school had the ongoing task of creating a cartoon strip using digital cameras and appropriate software, the results of which were judged and revealed at the closing awards ceremony on Wednesday 18 July at St Mary Redcliffe School.
More details on the multimedia task...

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