Tech 4 Little Kids (Mornings) (ages 5-7)

Tech 4 Little Kids (Mornings) (ages 5-7)

Tech 4 Little Kids is a 2-morning, 3-morning or 5-morning computer coding workshop (10am to 12 noon) for children aged 5-7 covering a variety of coding and technology topics, with kids of all abilities being very much welcome.

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Roblox Coding 4 Kids (ages 9-12)

Roblox Coding 4 Kids (ages 9-12)

Roblox Coding 4 Kids is a 2-day, 3-day or 5-day, all-day computer coding workshop for children aged 9-12 during which they will configure Roblox Studio, design games, and write code to customise the behaviour of in-game characters constructed from Lego-like virtual blocks.

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Games Coding 4 Kids (ages 8-12)

Games Coding 4 Kids (ages 8-12)

Games Coding 4 Kids is a 2-day, 3-day or 5-day computer coding workshop for children aged 8-12 during which they will design and code a variety of complete computer games using a games controller.

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Minecraft Modding 4 Kids (ages 9-12)

Minecraft Modding 4 Kids (ages 9-12)

Minecraft Modding 4 Kids is a 2-day, 3-day or 5-day, all-day computer coding workshop for children aged 9-12 during which they will set-up their own Minecraft Server, and write code to customise the behaviour of in-game characters and their server environment.

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Python 4 Kids (ages 11-16)

Python 4 Kids (ages 11-16)

Python 4 Kids is a 3-day or 5-day computer coding workshop for children aged 11-16 during which they will learn Python syntax by completing a series of game-based challenges, building up their knowledge of Python syntax as they progress.

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Unity Intro 4 Kids (ages 12-16)

Unity Intro 4 Kids (ages 12-16)

Unity Intro 4 Kids is a 2-day, 3-day or 5-day computer coding workshop for children aged 12-16 where attendees will use C#/Unity games development tools to begin learning the skills required to create professional games.

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MicroPython 4 Kids (ages 11-16)

MicroPython 4 Kids (ages 11-16)

MicroPython 4 Kids is a 2-day, 3-day, or 5-day computer coding workshop for children aged 11-16, during which they will complete a number of micro-controller programming projects using the popular Python language on the BBC Micro:bit. Each child that attends this course will take home their own BBC Micro:bit.

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JavaScript 4 Kids (ages 11-16)

JavaScript 4 Kids (ages 11-16)

JavaScript 4 Kids is a 3-day or 5-day computer coding workshop for children aged 11-16 during which they will complete engaging lessons, solve challenging puzzles, and build their own games using JavaScript.

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HTML Intro 4 Kids (ages 8-12)

HTML Intro 4 Kids (ages 8-12)

HTML Intro 4 Kids is a 2-day or 3-day computer coding workshop for children aged 8-12 where attendees will build their first public-facing website, accessible over the internet.

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Robotics 4 Kids (ages 8-12)

Robotics 4 Kids (ages 8-12)

Robotics 4 Kids is a 2-day or 3-day robotics workshop for children aged 8-12 that feature a series of building and coding challenges. Kids of all abilities are welcome, from beginners to kids with experience of building and coding for robots.

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Arduino/C 4 Teens (ages 13-16)

Arduino/C 4 Teens (ages 13-16)

Arduino/C 4 Teens is a 2-day, 3-day or 5-day computer coding workshop for children aged 13-16, during which they will learn the basics of the ‘C’ language, by completing a number of coding challenges that run the Arduino Esplora micro-controller.

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HTML/CSS 4 Teens (ages 13-16)

HTML/CSS 4 Teens (ages 13-16)

HTML/CSS 4 Teens is a 2-day, 3-day or 5-day, all-day computer coding workshop for teenagers aged 13-16 during which they will learn how to hand-code HTML and CSS by building a mini-website providing information on a topic of their choice. HTML and CSS are the two fundamental building blocks of all sites on the world-wide web, and this course covers the core fundamentals.

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Unity 4 Teens (ages 13-16)

Unity 4 Teens (ages 13-16)

Unity 4 Teens is a 2-day, 3-day or 5-day computer coding and game design workshop for children aged 13-16, during which they will complete a number of video game coding and level design projects using the professionally-capable Unity games engine and the MonoDevelop scripting tool. Attendees will learn the basics of coding in the C# language, as well as how to operate the Unity engine to produce polished, fully-realised games. Additionally, once attendees progress past the fundamentals, they will be able to attempt more advanced game design challenges, incorporating asset-store components and building out expansive game levels.

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