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INTERFACE Minecraft competitions 2022: There’s still time to enter!

(Last Updated On: July 10, 2022)

These competitions are now closed.

Are you and your students mad for Minecraft? Well, get your thinking caps on and your blocks ready to move because the INTERFACE Minecraft Competition 2022 is up and running.

We’ve teamed up with Microsoft and there are two parts to choose
from, one for students and the other for teachers.

Teachers: We know you’re doing some awesome things with Minecraft Education Edition. Now’s the time share your success. Simply tell us about a project you’ve been doing in class with Minecraft.

Students: Your challenge is to ‘Build a Better Future’. Come up with a creation in Minecraft that helps to protect our environment. From sustainable living to fighting climate change to tackling plastic pollution, the choice is yours!

WIN some awesome prizes, including a #StikBot Zanimation Studio and Minecraft goodies.
PLUS, get the bragging rights as the best Minecrafters in the country.

Entries close Friday 8 July (end of Term 2).


For further details, judging criteria and entry forms go to:

These competitions are now closed.

Teacher competition

Student competition


If you have any questions about entering, please contact Greg Adams, INTERFACE Editor, at greg.adams@interfacemagazine.co.nz


Meet the winning Minecrafters from the last competition in 2020

Check out some of the winning entries from last time here.

Intermediate winner: Team Weka
Entry: Weka Country Sustainable Village School: Rongotea School
Primary Winner: Emily Oliver, Ruby Tibbots, Isabel Hopkins
Entry: Eco-village School: West Melton School

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