In support of the EU Coding week you can come and join us for our free coding sessions at the Wall Heath Scouts HQ. This year is the “Microbit Challenge”!
These sessions are aimed at 8-16 years olds who already have experience of coding using tools like Scratch and would like to move to the next level of programming.
Each participant will be given access to a computer and a Micro:bit. We can comfortably cater for up-to 10 people in each session.
There are two groups of two sessions based on levels of competency:
- Beginner sessions will take place between 6:30pm and 8:30pm on October 8th and 9th, attending both of these is the equivalent of achieving the Digital Maker Stage 1
- More advanced sessions will take place between 6:30pm and 8:30pm on October 15th and 16th, attending both of these is the equivalent of achieving the Digital Maker Stage 2
These sessions are primarily aimed at the 8-16 year old age group, but will also be encouraging young leaders (16+) to take part and become trainers themselves. The event is open to the whole community and already has interest from students at schools in the local area.
This is a fantastic opportunity to take part in the EU Code week, learn new skills and maybe win a prize. Please click here to register.
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