Computing Workshops for Primaries BIRMINGHAM - Lego, Micro:Bit, Animation, Web Design and more!

ComputerXplorers Birmingham East

A wide range of computing workshops designed specifically for Primary School Children – exciting and engaging while reinforcing the principles of computational thinking. Workshops include programming and coding with Scratch or Kodu using  XBox controllers; inventors' workshops with the Micro:Bit; become an app developer with children creating their own web app for Android or iOS; 3D design/CAD; 21st century story-telling using stop motion animation or TV production techniques using autocues, special effects and post-production techniques for their own documentary; robotics workshops combining engineering principles with programming to complete the challenge; alternative energy workshops; practical hands-on electronics workshops; workshops for children to create and publish their own augmented reality content.

Many of our courses and workshops can be integrated with other curriculum topics – talk to us about your particular requirements.

Workshops work as half day or full day options. Shorter workshops can also be provided to suit individual requirements.

ComputerXplorers is a Microsoft Partner in Learning and official trainers for the Kodu Kup.

To book this activity, please contact:
Stephen Hall
0121 386 3700
stephenh@computerxplorers.co.uk
https://birminghameast.computerxplorers.co.uk

Ayre Road
B24 9DU Erdington Birmingham
England

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