Get your pupils off to a great start in 2016 by booking a coding workshop for your school with Chaos Created.
We’ve been travelling all over the country in 2015 teaching pupils how to code apps and games. And with our new workshops for 2016 rolling out, now is a great time to teach your students programming.
We run Chaos Created Code workshops for Primary and Secondary school pupils, and we can help teachers get to grip with programming and app development too. We run half and full day workshops for schools, clubs, and groups, as well as hour-long lessons (on a regular or semi-regular basis), and also training for teachers (on inset days or when convenient).
Our most popular workshop is our Games Development Workshop where we teach the basics of coding, and then put together a simple game in an afternoon, uploading the results to the app stores so the class can show off to their family and friends! This workshop is suitable for pupils with absolutely no coding experience.
We are also able to work with the BBC micro:bit with a new workshop, creating some simple apps and games to run on the device.
We teach the principals of coding, technical know-how, and the practical side of apps and getting ideas to market.
We have a wide range of workshops focussing on apps and games development, which we can tailor for your class or group based on their age and coding experience.
We have workshops and lessons to suit pupils of all ages – from primary level through secondary education, and we run workshops for teachers too!
Our goal is to make coding, and app development, fun and accessible.