Computing Workshops for Primaries BOLTON & WIGAN - Lego Robotics, Micro:Bit, Animation, Web Design and more!
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, Python 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 and printing/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; forensic science CSI activities.
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.To book this activity, please contact:
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|Published||13 October 2020|
|Last modified||19 October 2021|
|Nature of scheme||In-school visit|
|Subject(s)||Computing, Creating Media, Effective use of tools, Programming, Design & Development, Impact of technology, Algorithmic Thinking, Data & Information, Creative arts and media, Cross curricular, Design and technology, CAD/CAM, Electronics, programming and control, Engineering, Science, Practical work|
|Running times||1-4 hours|
From £300 per workshop dependent on duration, number of children, content and location.
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