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Free afternoon computing workshop for Peterborough primary schools Monday Oct 14, 2019 from 12:30PM to 3:00PM
Organised by: Wendy MacLeodWendy MacLeod Hosted by: Jack Hunt Secondary School
Computing At School
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On behalf of Computing At School


Free afternoon computing workshop for Peterborough primary schools


hosted by

Wendy MacLeod (wendy.macleod@bcs.uk)

Jack Hunt Secondary School


Monday Oct 14, 2019 from 12:30PM to 3:00PM

To launch the CAS Peterborough Community and in conjunction with EU Code week, we are offering six schools (three in the morning and three in the afternoon) the opportunity to attend a computing workshop at Jack Hunt School in Peterborough. Each school is able to bring along a class of 30 children accompanied by their Computing Leader. The children will have the opportunity to participate in three different computing workshops during the session and discover how exciting coding can be! There are only 6 spaces available, so these will be allocated on a first come first served basis. If you have any questions about the event, please contact me. We anticipate that this event will be popular so please book early to avoid disappointment

PROGRAMME

Time Topic
12:30 Meet & greet schools attending (in main hall) & outline itinerary for the session
12:40 Rotation of activities (first workshop - either in main hall/computer room)
13:20 Mid afternoon snack
13:30 Rotation of activities continues (second and third workshop - either in main hall/computer room)
14:50 Conclusion of the session & dismissal from main hall

Light refreshments available


For further information: Wendy MacLeod (wendy.macleod@bcs.uk)

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