After-School Clubs

Coding with Scratch – Game Development

Scratch, the block programming language from MIT, is a great way to get started in programming. The drag and drop building blocks of the language mean that the focus can be on the problem solving aspect of the activity, rather than typing and spelling.

While Scratch is used most-often in primary schools, it is a surprisingly powerful language and can provide challenge for a range of age and experience levels.

Coming Soon – Robotics with GoPiGo

Experiment with movement and sensors in Python or Scratch as you problem solve with the GoPiGo Raspberry pi robot.

The small print

  • Hardware can be provided (up to 10 devices) or school equipment can be utilised. Technical requirements are provided on request and depend on the course
  • Internet access is required for Scratch 3 – this can be provided for a small additional charge.
  • Student numbers (and price) are negotiable if equipment is shared between students