Learn to code with York Maker Hub this May half term


York Maker Hub run fantastic computer-based sessions for children aged 8+ (we’ve seen them in action ourselves) and they’ve got some great sessions lined up this May half term. Kids will get the chance to learn how to code in a fun, relaxed environment. Beginners will get to grips with Scratch or learn how to program and wire up the circuit for a line following vehicle. Those with a bit more knowledge can discover the possibilities with a BBC Micro:bit. Other activities to choose from include creating a stop motion animation, learning a new programming language, building and programming a Lego Mindstorm EV3 robot and learning Python code and building a Lava house in Raspberry Pi Minecraft environment. It’s the future!

Sessions run from 30th May to 2nd June 2017 at Huntington School, York YO32 9WY – 3 hour sessions (morning, afternoon or full days) – Free early drop-off from 8.15am – For more information, call Catherine on 07821841040 or visit the York Maker Hub website

PS don’t miss our guide to the best things to do in and around York this May half term


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