Coding for Mobile Apps, Games and Wireless Gadgets - Saturday 6th April 2019
This exciting and highly informative full day workshop will be led by David Hurren, the founder of droidscript.org and creator of the popular app for Android called 'DroidScript' with over 1 million downloads on Google Play.You will learn :
No previous knowledge of coding or electronics is required, but a basic
This workshop is suitable for ages 12 to 15 yrs and runs for 5 hours (10am-12am morning workshop, lunch, 1pm-4pm afternoon workshop)
Whilst the participants can attend the workshop on their own, we require parents/guardians to drop off and pick up their children at the beginning and end of sessions in order to align with best practice for safeguarding .
Date of Workshop: 6th April 2019
Location: The Centre for Computing History
All equipment will be provided but we encourage students to bring their own Android device from home if one is available.
Students are required to bring their own packed lunch which can be consumed in the cafe area.
Students will be supervised at all times by DBS checked STEM ambassadors.
Please note: This workshop is not being run by museum staff or volunteers. There needs to be at least 10 participants to make this workshop viable. If there are inadequate bookings we will have to cancel and re-schedule the workshop for a later date.
Spaces are limited for this hands-on session, so booking is required to ensure your place.
Payment is taken by PayPal immediately. Please print a copy of the receipt that is displayed at the end of the payment process and bring it with you as your e-ticket.
Remember - All proceeds go to support our Computing Museum!