We’ve had a great year teaching app development to primary and secondary school pupils. As well as our work with TeenTech, we’ve been running app development and coding workshops in primary and secondary schools in London and in the South West. You can read about our recent visit to Woodside Primary School here, where we created a game in an afternoon.
We are now taking bookings for the Autumn term 2014. If you’d like to book a coding workshop for your pupils, we’ve got a great offer!
Book a Chaos Created Code Workshop for September, October or November 2014 and save 10%! Just quote the code web1415, and book before October 31st 2014! Call us today on 0845 299 3874 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Primary school pupils in England will be taught computer programming as part of an overhaul of the national curriculum that will see ICT replaced with computing across all levels of education from September 2014. Chaos Created is an app development studio, so we have plenty of first-hand experience creating, developing, and releasing apps – we have created several in-house apps, as well as developing commercial apps for one of the UK’s largest supermarket chains, and one of the UK’s leading mobile phone retailers.
We have a bunch of apps on the market including Timedancer and Zombies Ate My City, both of which were featured on BBC’s flagship technology show, BBC Click.
We’ve also got experience leading workshops. We’ve been guest speakers at TeenTech days, appeared on several podcasts (Including Media Pulp and Off The Wall), and we’ve spoken at BAFTA about transmedia and app development.
To see what we can do for your pupils, please get in touch!