Wednesday, February 22, 2012


I am happy to announce the Castles Project Logo.
I was made by a student from Spain.
We will be happy to hear from the author,

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Get ready for LogoVision - 22/02/2012

Here is what the LogoVision website looks like.

Now, just to confirm some details about Wednesday, February 22:
1. First, check the LogoVision website at:
2. Try to be ready at 11.30 (Katowice, Ravenna, Oviedo); 10.30 (Glasgow); 12.30 (Kusadasi),
3. send me, as soon as possible, your Skype names - I have two: Chiara's and Nancy's so far.
4. decide how many points you give to each of the pictures (excluding your own school's) - points range from 1 to 20.
5. prepare the presentation of your votes in the following way:
Italy picture one: ......... points;
Italy picture two: ......... points;
Italy picture three: ........ points;
Italy picture four: .......... points;
Italy picture five: ...........points;
Poland picture one: .......... point;
Poland picture two: .......... points, and so on.

We will have the voting website administrator's rights and will be typing in all your votes. After each country has finished you can press the refresh button and the results will be updated - also, the country with the winning (so far) logo will be moving to the front.
Any questions?


All kids in the Polish school had a great time during the castle carnival balls. The older grades celebrated at school and the younger ones went to party in a medieval inn next to the Castle of Chudów. More photos soon on the project website.

Polish kids also voted for the logo

Monday, February 6, 2012

U-Knighted by Knowledge 1st Edition

We are happy to announce that the winners of the 1st Edition of our U-Knighted by Knowledge Internet Tournament ...
... are ...

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S !

Thursday, February 2, 2012

LogoVision 2012

LogoVision 2012
As all the logo projects have been submitted, it is time for us to get ready for the 2012 LogoVision event.
Here are the steps you need to take:
1. Have a closer look at all the logo projects taking part in the International stage of the competition,
2. Print out the logos making sure you use colour printer so that they are all good quality!
3. Make an exhibition at school - display all the projects, but attach numbers only to the ones created in partner schools - you will not be voting for your school's logos this time,
4. Make sure all students have a chance to see the logos,
5. Organize a school voting event - each student and teacher has the right to vote for one project
6. Collect all the votes and count them very carefully,
7. Make a list of how many votes each of the logos received,
8. Calculate your school's voting results according to the rule: the winning logo gets 20 points, then the next one 19 and so on - the last project gets 1.
9. Prepare a team of students to present the results during our online ceremony.
10. HAVE FUN with all this!
Now, here are the logo projects from all partner schools: