Year 7 Virtual Orientation
SERVER STATUS: OFFLINE (thanks for playing!)
Hello Year 7s! Since you've already joined the school in real life, feel free to explore in Minecraft!
Download Minecraft: Education Edition for Windows 10 by clicking here. It can also be downloaded from the iPad App Store.
Join the game using this link: OFFLINE or use Join Code above (note: The link and code change every couple of days):
Once Minecraft Education opens up, log in using your Churchlands SHS email address and password (see below)
Explore and enjoy!
2022 Leaderboards (Last Updated: Wednesday 2/02/22 10:00pm)
As you complete your adventure, you can check back here to see how you are going!
The leaderboards are updated at least once a day.
Five most common missed locations:
Two Hardest Easter Eggs:
Easter Egg #3 (There's a hint on the sign outside Student Services)
Easter Egg #10 (You'll need to craft a Balloon - see Library for more info)
Quest Completion /21
Easter Egg Hunt /10
Q: I already have Minecraft Java/Bedrock, can I use my own game?
A: This orientation only works in Minecraft: Education Edition (which is free for students).
Q: Argh, I'm lost/stuck - help!
A: Just email Dr Pusey and he'll get you unstuck.
Q: Why is flying turned off?
A: We want you to learn how to get around the school. You can't fly in real life... so....
Q: Why can't I use the chat?
A: The chat is disabled just to keep the orientation server a safe space and allow students to focus on the task at hand.
Minecraft: Education Edition is available on Windows, Mac and iPad. Students can connect using any device.
Only enrolled Year 7 students with a Churchlands SHS Office 365 account are able to connect to the server.
Students will be able to see each other and participate in groups if they are connected at the same time
The chat feature will be turned off so students cannot communicate within Minecraft.
There may be times when the server is full, or down - we apologise in advance for any sadness caused.
Please email Dr Grant Pusey (email@example.com) if there are any concerns (i.e. lost or stuck students).
Last Year's Leaderboard