No One Left Behind:
unlocking student’s full potential through video game development

Students are able to:

Programme and design video games linked to their school curriculum
Stimulate their logical reasoning, creativity and social skills while having fun

Teachers are able to:

Create engagement with students and specific subjects through video game development
Access training material, activities and resources to promote video game programming
Stimulate coding and computer science concepts in the classroom through video game development

What is No One Left Behind?

The ‘No One Left Behind” project, co-funded by the EU Horizon 2020 Framework Programme, will allow children to use a non-leisure gaming ‘toolkit’ to develop digital games on mobile devices – with the aim of enhancing their abilities across all academic subjects, as well as their logical reasinong, creativity and social skills.

Create@School?

It is an app based on Pocket Code that has been created for educational environments. With Create@School students and teachers can code games and create animation their way. The game design elements are easy to pick up and understandable.

What is Pocket Code?

Pocket Code allows you to create, edit, execute, share, and remix Catrobat programs in a visual, “LEGO-style” programming environment and programming language. You can remix programs that others have made and share them with your friends and the world!

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 645215 W3C compilance