Data logging – Using Micro-Bits in Science & Computing Lessons RH198 / C170

Start date
19 Jun 24
3 Hours
St Clement Danes School, Chenies Road, Chorleywood WD3 6EW View on Google Map

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This 'hands on' course will introduce you to the micro: bit a small micro-computer, which can be used to record data such as light, temperature and sound.

You will learn how to use the device as a datalogger, how to view the stored data and how to use data handling software to represent it in tables, charts and graphs.

Throughout the afternoon we will explore how the device can support science & computing learning and you will leave with the skills and ideas needed to incorporate data logging into your curriculums.


This is a free course, sponsored by the Computing hub - for state funded schools within our Science area (Bucks, West Herts & East Berks)  & Computing areas (Bucks, Oxon & Berkshire).

Who is the course leader?


We can develop an affordable bespoke CPD event which is delivered locally to you for:

  • individuals such as: subject leaders, coordinators, heads of departments
  • a team/whole department
  • a network of schools/groups
  • multi-academy trusts
  • initial teacher education


Primary bespoke support19 June 202413:00-16:00St Clement Danes School

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Fee-paying school or college (independent)Activity fee£200.00 +VAT
State-funded school or collegeActivity feeFree

This course still has availability, book now

Additional information

For courses at the National STEM Learning Centre in York, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course. 


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