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!