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Technocamps After School Coding Club

What are Technoclubs?

Technocamps offers opportunities for young people to gain computing experience during after school clubs outside of their schools.

The Technocamps After School Coding Clubs runs throughout the school term timetable at various sites across Wales.

Technocamps After School Clubs are free and it is not a requirement for the children to know or have any prior knowledge or experience in coding/programming to join the club. They also do not need to bring any equipment or devices as it will all be provided.

When are Technocamps After School Clubs?

Swansea

Code club is now full but we are operating a waiting list.

The format of the club is divided into two time slots, either 4-5pm or 5-6pm, on a Thursday. We may divide the clubs by year groups dependant on the applications received this year to join.

If you would like to attend, please complete the form below.

Bangor

In North Wales, our Bangor Hub runs a monthly after-school club in collaboration with M-SParc in Gaerwen, Anglesey.

The clubs run at 4-6PM on the last Wednesday of every month

See the upcoming clubs and public events on the Technocamps Bangor Facebook Page.

After School Club Rules and Expectations

All attendees are expected to pay attention, be nice, and do their best. The lessons build on each other and regular attendance is expected.

Please read the full Technocamps After School Club code of conduct (PDF)

What do Scratch, Lego Mindstorms and Python have in common?

Yes, we cover them all in the Technocamps Coding Club!

A wide range of computing topics will be will be covered making use of a variety of programming languages such as Greenfoot, Logo, Python, BBC micro:bit, Scratch, Lego Mindstorm and also some fun and practical theory based Computational Thinking sessions.

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Sign up for Technocamps After School Club

If you would like to sign up for the Technocamps After School Club, please complete the following form. We will then get in touch with you as soon as possible.

Submission of the contact form does not guarantee your child's space. You will need to submit a separate registration form which you will receive via email from the team. You will need to confirm any place that is offered by return, otherwise, you will be removed from the waiting list and the space will be allocated to another child.


Get Involved

Are you interested in arranging a Technocamps workshop for your school or college? We offer a range of computational thinking based workshops to support students and staff through KS2 to KS5. Get in touch to find out more.

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