Winners of the fourth edition of the competition have been announced

  • Two classrooms from Beasain Ikastola, the group ‘Korrikazlagundu’ from IES Elgoibar BHI and three students from Urretxu-Zumarraga Ikastola are the winners
  • Learning to create websites, the award aims to promote knowledge of digital skills and create digital content in Basque
  • 215 projects from 36 schools in Araba, Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa and Navarre have been submitted to the competition, the largest number of websites to date

Winners of the 4th edition of, competition organised by the PUNTUEUS Foundation, have been announced today at the Gamegune. is a project created for the school community and aims to promote knowledge of digital skills and the creation of digital content in Basque, learning to create websites.

To do this, students have created a real website through motivating works and they have become into digital creators. On the other hand, reinforcing the training of teachers who need technological skills is another of the objectives of this initiative.

“A total of 1,218 students from 36 schools in the Basque Country have been applied, divided into 402 groups, making this the most successful edition to date,” has explained Josu Waliño, CEO of PUNTUEUS. The projects are divided into three different categories: the first has been for students in the 1st and 2nd years of Compulsory Secondary Education; the second for students in the 3rd and 4th years of Compulsory Secondary Education, while the last prize has been to students in high school.

This edition has had a novelty, and that is that in the second cycle of Compulsory Secondary Education two winners have been proclaimed. In the category of the first cycle of Compulsory Secondary Education, the prize has been to Beasain Ikastola. The group ‘Kar-kar zirkoa’ has won with its website

The prizes for the second cycle of Compulsory Secondary Education has been respectively to IES Elgoibar BHI and Beasain Ikastola. The team ‘Korrikazlagundu’ from Elgoibar has presented the project, and the group ‘Pentsatzen’ from Beasain has made the website The group ‘Ezientzia’ from Urretxu-Zumarraga Ikastola has won the prize in the high school category. They´ve created the website

The awards ceremony has been broadcasted on Twitch and all the guests have had the opportunity to participate online. Leire Martinez has guided the event, which has also been attended by Josu Waliño, CEO of PUNTUEUS, and Olatz Perez de Viñaspre, winner of the 2nd edition of the Gladys Award.