29 January 2018
I’ve been invited to the Brighton Science Festival on Monday 12 February, where I’ll be hosting a number of Coder Academy workshops. They are practical coding sessions for 7-10 year olds, tying in with my latest book (also called Coder Academy) which is published by Brighton-based publisher Ivy Kids.
You don’t need any previous experience of coding, just an interest and desire to know more. We’ll be learning snippets of the Scratch programming language and using them to experiment with digital art. The ticket includes a copy of the Coder Academy book, and I’ll be very happy to sign copies on the day!
Interested in coming along? Places are limited so register as soon as you can. And why not set yourself up with an account on the Scratch website before you come? It means you’ll be able to save your projects to share or work on later.
You can see the full programme for Brighton Science Festival here (10-18 February 2018, Brighton, various venues). Thank you to the organisers and the team at Ivy Kids for making this happen. I'm looking forward to seeing what the participants create!