Book a Coding Workshop for Autumn/Winter 2018

The 2017/2018 academic year was an amazing year for us, running our Coding Workshops all over the UK, teaching primary and secondary school pupils programming skills and working with them on apps and games! We’re now taking bookings for the Autumn/Winter 2018 term, and we have four fantastic workshops which we can tailor to pupils aged 6-16, including our popular Coding Games Workshop, our BBC micro:bit Workshop (which has been super popular this year, especially with pupils in Years 5, 6, 7, and 8), our Introduction to Coding entry level workshop for younger students, and our new Python Workshop...

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BBC micro:bit: Thermometer (Sample)

In this project, we are going to turn our BBC micro:bit into a digital thermometer, which will sense the temperature of the room by getting the temperature of the micro:bit’s components. We’re also going to use this project as a chance to explore and create functions. A function allows us to group code, and use the same code in multiple places without having to rewrite it. We’re also going to use some conditional programming, or logic, to draw an image on the micro:bit’s screen which represents how warm or cold the room is.   Part 1: Let’s make a...

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BBC micro:bit: Thermometer

In this project, we are going to turn our BBC micro:bit into a digital thermometer, which will sense the temperature of the room by getting the temperature of the micro:bit’s components. We’re also going to use this project as a chance to explore and create functions. A function allows us to group code, and use… This content is for Teacher and School members only.Log In...

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