Computing with Micro:Bit
£660.00 Inc VAT
Pupils will learnt how to code using the BBC Micro:Bit
How to book your enrichment
After purchasing this product, a member of our bookings team will be reaching out to you. Please ensure that we have a contact email or number that we can contact you on.
Alternatively, you can always email our bookings team to let us know you’ve made a purchase at: [email protected] For every booking that we make, a prep-call with between the organisation and our trainers/teachers will held to tweak our enrichments to suit the needs of the school.
What is it about?
The BBC micro:bit is a microcomputer that gives young people the opportunity to solve problems or be creative whilst learning to code. During this workshop students learn how to program whilst exploring Morse Code and other forms of communication. For an additional fee of £15 each students can take their own BBC micro:bit home. Skills used include team work, computational thinking, coding, research and communication skills.
The way these workshops usually run is that we would bring in devices for the students to use with pre-set environments created for them to walk through and explore. We would work with 30 students for 2-hours. This can be adapted to fit your organisations needs.