CYBER COMP BEGINS MONDAY 28 NOVEMBER
Cyber Comp is an online competition to test students' cyber security skills.
The competition opens on Monday 28 November 2022. Students must complete the competition in one sitting and students are given a 45-minute window in which to do so.
28 November - 9 December
This short online competition is for students in Years 7 to 12 to test and teach cybersecurity! You'll learn about secure passwords, phishing, security settings, social media and more!
If this interests you, please email Ms Ho. You can participate anytime between Monday 28 November and have until Friday 9 December to complete it, but it will only be available in ONE 45-minute sitting.
Ms Mary Ho
YEAR 10 INFORMATION SYSTEMS
This is what some students had to say about it:
“Me, Paddy and Kevin worked on our own projects using Roblox Studio. I made a simple, humorous game that uses a round system and a not-yet-created voting system. The studio uses the programming language Lua, which is easy for beginners to learn, although I have had experience with it prior. Scripting the game was fun, although it remains unfinished. Overall, I gained more experience coding for practical projects.” ~ Jesse Sumarna
“I was in a group with Paddy and Jesse, we were working on Roblox Studio with Luna language to construct a game. Our idea was to create a Formula 1 Monaco GP game with cars from this year. It was fun because it was successful, and the game worked well.” ~ Kevin Song
This task was a lot of fun as we all bonded together and there was much laughter and joy throughout the creation of this game. I am sure this will be a memory I would never forget, and I look forward to learning more in the upcoming years.” ~ Cindy Chang
“It has been an amazing semester having Mr Russo as our information system teacher. From what we have done so far during this semester, I really enjoyed doing Roblox and making games using Lua with my teammates Cindy, Tali, Sunny and Ksenia. This has tremendously expanded my knowledge of the 2nd Programming Language field and I'm looking forward to doing this next year as well!” ~ Thea Chang
“For the last term of the semester, Information System classes have been learning a new computing language to produce a game. My group, Cindy, Thea, Sunny, Ksenia and I created a game on the platform Roblox, based on an anime, One piece. It was great fun and now we all know how to create new games on the platform for others to enjoy and this process has helped enhance our computing skills.” ~ Tali Rudzki
Mr Frank Russo