Diwrnod Rhyngwladol y Merched 2023

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Technocamps and Institute of Coding in Wales | International Women’s Day 2023 Join us as we celebrate Women in STEM and 20 years of Technocamps on Wednesday 8th March. The annual ITWales International Women’s Day Celebration provides an insight into the diverse range of business and career opportunities for women in the 21st Century. It offers a platform for sharing … Read More

Technocamps a Rhanbarth Caerdydd


Rydym yn ysbrydoli ac yn ysgogi pobl ifanc ledled Cymru i feddwl yn wahanol am Gyfrifiadureg. Mae ein gwaith yn Ne Cymru wedi cefnogi 1,500 o bobl ifanc a 50 o athrawon ym Mhrifddinas-Ranbarth Caerdydd ers dechrau ein cyllid UE yn 2018. Dysgwch fwy isod…

Newsbyte: Autumn 2022

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Shwmae and welcome to the Autumn 2022 edition of Newsbyte! We’re in a new academic year and we have big plans for the winter. As always, get in touch if there is anything we can help you with. Here’s what we have been up to since the last edition…

Technocamps yn ennill gwobr STEM fawreddog

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Technocamps has been named Informatics Europe’s 2022 Best Practices in Education Award winner. Technocamps is a Welsh Government-funded STEM outreach programme with hubs in every university across the country. Its main goal is digitally upskilling children and adults in Wales and has now gained International recognition for its innovative educational practices. Organised by Informatics Europe and sponsored by Microsoft, the … Read More

10 Arloeswr Du mewn Cyfrifiadureg

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Each October, we honour Black History Month by sharing, celebrating and understanding the impact of Black heritage and culture. Let’s take a look at 10 Black pioneers in Computer Science that have made the industry what it is today.. 1. Katherine JohnsonYou may know of Katherine Johnson from the film Hidden Figures. Her work as a mathematician and “human computer” … Read More

Technocamps: Y Stori Hyd Yma


As Technocamps’ European funding comes to an end, we take a look back on our successes from the last 20 years. 2003Technocamps is establishedIt is set up as an outreach unit of the Computer Science Department at Swansea University to address the problems of how computing was taught in schools in Wales. 2004Technocamps Workshops, £25K MicrosoftMicrosoft support allowed us to … Read More

Technocamps: Eich hoff atgofion

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As the European-funded Technocamps project comes to an end, we asked Technocamps staff for their favourite memories of the pan-Wales STEM outreach project. Here’s what we reminisced about… After the Yellowsands Summer School, we went to Ysgol Bae Baglan to visit the pupils and chat to them now. We arrived early and heard that the pupils had escaped from their … Read More

Technocamps ar restr fer Gwobrau STEM Cymru 2022

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We are thrilled to be amongst the prestigious businesses and individuals shortlisted in the 2022 Wales STEM Awards! As a pan-Wales organisation, we are amongst 34 innovative companies to be named finalists in this year’s highly anticipated awards, which celebrate those making a difference to, and championing, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM) in Wales. Following the success of the … Read More

Cyfle DPP RHAD AC AM DDIM i Athrawon yng Nghymru

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Technocamps is once again offering a fantastic, unique opportunity to teachers and support staff from both primary and secondary schools across Wales starting in Autumn 2022. We are offering this qualification absolutely FREE to teachers and schools. This qualification provides teachers with a wealth of content and pedagogical knowledge to enable and enhance the delivery of the Digital Competence Framework, Computer Science … Read More

Chwilio am siaradwyr a dysgwyr Cymraeg i helpu gyda chlwb codio lleol


Siarad Cymraeg? Looking for a volunteer role? Technocamps and Menter Iaith Caerdydd are looking for Welsh speakers and learners to support a bilingual Saturday morning code club at the ATRiuM in Cardiff for primary school age children (8-11 year olds). Coding club leaders will receive £10 per hour, as well as refreshments, and software training will be provided. There is … Read More