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Junior Hack Monday Mar 6, 2017 from 9:30AM to 4:00PM
Organised by: Sarah ZamanSarah Zaman Hosted by:
CAS North West - Manchester (University of Manchester)
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On behalf of Computing At School, the Network of Excellence and Hive Manchester

Junior Hack

Monday March 6, 2017 from 9:30AM to 16:00PM

Hosted by CAS North West - Manchester (University of Manchester)

This is an event for teachers and their Year 10 pupils. We have places for 1 or 2 teams of one teacher and four pupils.

Digital companies will set challenges and offer prizes for the best hack. This doesn't just mean the best code - its about working well as a team, being willing to learn, showing all kinds of skills. This is a fun event where the aim is to work together, learn and produce a cool app, website or game (or just try to!) If you've not done a hack before, no matter - there'll be friendly mentors on hand to help you out. You just need to form a team of four and some enthusiasm and be ready to try things out.

CAS North West - Manchester (University of Manchester)

Master Teachers are playing an important role in training teachers through CPD opportunities and acting as a focus for developing computing in schools. Part of the role of the CRC is to support Master Teachers in these activities, but also to work alongside Master Teachers to provide a co-ordinated network of support for schools.


CAS North West - Manchester (University of Manchester)

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