Creative Computing Club – Code Adventure After School (Ages 9-12) 18 November
Code your own adventure for National Novel Writing Month, as we encourage young programmers to get creative this November. Write an interactive storyline with options like a ‘Choose your own Adventure’ book, then change the fonts, colours and add pictures to it using HTML and CSS (the same languages used to code websites). Our digital designers can continue working on their masterpiece at home, and share their adventure with friends and family or online with #NaNoWriMo.
Get coding with expert guidance at our hands-on programming club for young technologists. Our fun sessions reflect real world scenarios as coders bring their own projects to life with the latest tech gadgets, experimenting with BBC micro:bits, speakers or lights and programming in a variety of languages such as Python, Scratch or MakeCode depending on the session.
We encourage creativity and self-led learning with themed projects, and practice patience and problem-solving skills in learning to debug computer code. Resources are available so that projects can be continued at home (this *may* require additional kit) and digital projects can be shared with friends online. Beginners welcome!
For more details please visit Science Oxford Centre visitor information.
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Science Oxford welcomes all children to our clubs. If you or your child has additional needs, please get in touch to discuss how we can best support your child to make the most of the club.
We are committed to inclusion and we recognise that cost is sometimes a barrier. Funded places for eligible families are now available, thanks to the Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust. Families could be eligible for these places for several reasons; for example, if your child receives free school meals or is a looked-after child.
Get in touch at [email protected]
Science Oxford is committed to inclusion and we recognise that cost is sometimes a barrier. Funded places for eligible families are now available, thanks to the Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust. Families could be eligible for these places for several reasons; for example, if your child receives free school meals or is a looked-after child. To find out more and to book one of these places, please contact [email protected]
The health and well-being of our visitors and staff is our highest priority. Following Government recommendations to minimise the risk of person-to-person transmission of Coronavirus (COVID-19):
- All places on the workshop must be booked in advance.
- There are car parking spaces and bike racks available for all visitors.
- We will be operating in a larger room to enable social distancing between workstations. Each child must be accompanied by only one adult, who must stay with their child during the session.
- All visitors must sanitize their hands upon entering and exiting the building.
- All families will have their own named desk during the session.
- Tea and coffee facilities will not be available, however you are welcome to bring your own, and can picnic on tables or on the grass before/after your booked session.
- Our staff will wear visors.
- Face coverings are required inside the centre (age 11+).
- We will clean desks and laptops thoroughly between sessions.
- Full contact details of those booking a place are required to comply with test and trace.
- If you are showing symptoms of Covid-19 or are in a vulnerable group, please stay at home.
Science Oxford Centre
Stansfeld Park, Quarry Rd, Headington, OX3 8SB
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