FREE Competition: Can you code this logo in PureCode Python?


We want you to send us your best effort at coding the Blippit IO logo to be in with a chance of winning a Chromebook in our prize draw in the first week of June 2o15.


Simply register your school for a free trial of the new Blippit IO PureCode Python, get the app in the format you want and get coding a copy of the Blippit IO logo!

When you’re happy with your code just download it from Blippit IO and email directly to by 1st June giving your school name and teacher contact.

Terms & Rules

  1. Your code file must begin with import turtle
  2. All entries must be made via a school contact and individual entries outside of a school will not be accepted though they may still be much admired.
  3. One entry per user only.
  4. Include First Name, Last Initial and age only for each entry.
  5. Your code can be simple or fancy pants.
  6. We’ll be judging mainly upon the end product but may also be swayed by cool stuff you throw in to your code to make it run nice and smooth.
  7. By entering our competition you agree to the terms listed and to be part of any marketing activity and general showing off in the future.


ONE Chromebook will be awarded as a prize to the person who in our opinion does a fantastic job at creating our logo using Blippit IO PureCode Python.  No cash alternative will be offered and our decision will be final.  The Chrome Book will look very cool and make you the envy of your chums because you will be able to add the Blippit IO PureCode Python app to it from the Chrome Web Store.

Closing Date

1st June 2015

Things you might need

Here’s the logo in a ‘clean ‘ format in case you need it and here is a list of colours to download and choose from that Blippit IO PureCode Python understands.


Wigan Schools' App Competition

Always a real treat to hear about how young people get inspired to come up with their app ideas and sometimes a competition is as good a motivator as any – oh and some press coverage of course for those great headlines and much deserved school promotion.

Here’s one such example that came to pass via Lesley Simm @SmithillsICT in Wigan around summer time this year that caught our eye.

Smash App!


And the Blippit winners are…

Blippit WinnersAfter much deliberation and thrumming of fingertips the winners of the two FREE 1 year subscriptions are

  • Broughton Hall High School, Liverpool
  • William Brookes School, Shropshire

The winning ideas shared by Steve Beard & Michael Reid were really powerful and made us think ‘a lot’.  Your feedback and continued help are so appreciated and we hope to do it justice soon.

A massive thank you for all the contributions to the Blippit ideas pot and we hope to take as much as humanly possibly of these ideas on board to keep improving the Blippit pop-up app maker experience for everyone.