We run morning coding workshops that bring programming to life, and which aim to be cross-curricular. The goal is to fit them into the school/year group's current themes, or a particular topic of interest within the school. We are continually building the list of primary workshops we can deliver.
For example, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first man on the moon in July 1969, we are offering fun mornings of robots, space modules, near-disasters and (hopefully) successful moon landings.
These morning sessions usually cost schools up to £450, but we are interested in encouraging businesses to support the schools by sponsoring and supporting these events. Why not see if school parents are business owners, or work for organisations who would like to support their community and inspire the next generation of thinkers?
Our approach to secondary schools currently involves working closely with businesses to create new workshops.
We make sure the events are adapted to suit the students involved and adjusted to the level they are working at. We also can create careers related events that help students understand the wealth of opportunities available for them in the workplace.
Think TED talks, but for schools.
Let us know if you are interested in working with us!