VIRTUAL ECO CODING SHOW

Our Eco Coding show has been designed with remote delivery, homeschooling and COVID-19 safety in mind, so the show can go on!
 

Are you interested in booking our Virtual Eco Coding show and activities for your Spring or Summer term schedule 2021?

We recognise that pupils have been missing out on visits and activities in school and so we are pleased to be able to help.  Recently, we have successfully delivered our new COVID-19 safe Eco Coding shows into schools, and now we have a new tried and tested homeschooling/in-school hybrid option as well!

Following the success of our Coding Assemblies, we are happy to now be able to deliver a completely remote, non-contact version of the show to your school and online learners, with follow up activities learning activity to embed the learning that can be run by the teachers or parents/carers at home.  We have received the most incredible feedback for our Eco Coding ‘TV show’ from classrooms and homes - the children and teachers LOVED IT!

Each event includes:

  • Access to our awesome and informative 20-minute ‘TV show’ about waste reduction and coding, suitable for KS1 and early KS2 (ages 5-9).

  • Activity plans and teacher/parent/carer support.  This can be for a choice of age-appropriate follow up activities to embed the learning, and an additional fun homework questionnaire.

  • COVID-19 safe resources for the school to help run the planned activities for up to three classes, delivered directly to your school - in time for them to be quarantined for 72 hours before the event day itself.  There are also clear alternatives for homeschooling, and a fun scavenger hunt to find things to enjoy the activities at home!

We are taking bookings for the Spring and Summer Terms 2021, so please book early in order to secure a convenient date. 

Please contact us on getintouch@getwiththeprogram.org.uk to book now!

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Al the Robot costume by Louise Walker

Photos kindly taken

by Rachel Riley Photography

and Angela Bishop Photography

Al the Robot initial design by Ben Podd