During the February Half Term course the students will program the micro:bit to create a number of different games, such as Heads Up, Rock, Paper, Scissors and many more.
Each Micro:bit comes with a USB cable to connect the Micro:bit to a computer ready for programming, as easy as plugging in a usb memory stick.
To program the Micro:bit students will use RoboBrain's own RoboBlock application, a block coding system which is a great environment for young students to progress with coding as they can start with colored blocks that they can drag and drop onto their workspace to construct their programs.
Much like a tiny, pocket-sized computer, the BBC micro:bit encourages kids to learn basic coding and programming skills. During the February Half Term course the students will program the micro:bit to create a number of different games,
such as Heads Up, Rock, Paper, Scissors and many more.
Sign up for the Micro:bit Games course
15th - 19th February Half Term
1 hour Teacher-led Lessons each day
6-8 years old
Groups up to 6 Students
Course packages provide all the components required for the project and are included in the course price. Students will need access to a computer for programming and attending lessons.
Components are shipped to you free of charge, before the course commences.
Free Taster Lesson
Your child will have the opportunity to learn and do sample exercises. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions you have and after the lesson you will receive a course level recommendation for your child.