Term time after school Scratch computer code clubs

Spring term 2020 - After school 7-11 yrs Young Learner & Intermediate Games Design computer code clubs

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Scratch code cat Our after school games design computer code clubs are great fun and a popular and convenient way for parents to channel their child's enthusiasm for computers and games into acquiring essential skills for future careers. Club activities support national computing curriculum targets.

Activity options & fees - Spring term 2020


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Pixel Gang signMONDAY term time - 9-11yrs After School Intermediate Games Design computer code club
At our training studio at Bromley Common BR2 8LU. Maximum 12 students.
Ten weekly 1.25hr sessions 4.15pm - 5.30pm. 13th Jan - 23rd March.
£84 for 10 sessions (or £8.40 per session for all remaining sessions if joining after term start).
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Wickham Common school logoTUESDAY term time - years 2 & 3 Young Learners After School Games Design computer code club
At Wickham Common primary school.
Ten weekly 1hr sessions 3.10pm - 4.20pm. 14th Jan - 24th March.
£84 for 10 sessions (or £8.40 per session for all remaining sessions if joining after term start).

NOTE: Your child must attend the school to join this club but need NOT have attended a free Taster or Trial session



Pixel Gang signWEDNESDAY term time - 7-8yrs Young Learners After School Games Design computer code club
At our training studio at Bromley Common BR2 8LU. Maximum 12 students.
Ten weekly 1.25hr sessions 4.15pm - 5.30pm. 15th Jan - 1st April.
£84 for 10 sessions (or £8.40 per session for all remaining sessions if joining after term start).

NOTE: Your child must have already attended a free Taster or Trial session or an after school club to attend this activity.

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Pixel Gang signWEDNESDAY term time - 9-11yrs After School Intermediate Games computer code club
At our training studio in Bromley Common BR2 8LU. Maximum 12 students.
Ten weekly 1.25hr sessions 5.30pm - 6.45pm. 15th Jan - 1st April.
£84 for 10 sessions (or £8.40 per session for all remaining sessions if joining after term start).

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Keston CE primary school logoTHURSDAY term time - years 2/3/4/5/6 Young Learners & Intermediate After School Games Design computer code club
At Keston CE primary school.
Ten weekly 1hr sessions 3.20pm - 4.30pm. 16th Jan - 26th March.
£84 for 10 sessions (or £8.40 per session for all remaining sessions if joining after term start).

NOTE: Your child must attend the school to join this club but need NOT have attended a free Taster or Trial session.

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Wickham Common school logoFRIDAY term time - years 4/5/6 After School Intermediate Games Design computer code club
For years 4, 5 & 6 at Wickham Common primary school.
Ten weekly 1hr sessions 3.20pm - 4.20pm. 17th Jan - 27th March.
£84 for 10 sessions (or £8.40 per session for all remaining sessions if joining after term start).

NOTE: Your child must attend the school to join this club but need NOT have attended a free Taster or Trial session.

Activity content

Our clubs run for ten 1 hour, or 1.25 hour, sessions each term.

Every term is different
Each term we explore different techniques and skills to excite and motivate our students. Your child will be engaged, educated and entertained.

Tailored content
Club content is tailored to challenge each student. They are continually assessed to establish the level they are working at and to stretch them.

Learn together and then create your own games
We begin by building a complete game, and then each student is encouraged to put into practice what they have learnt, either by modifying the game, or by creating their own game. 

Create then play
Our clubs are not simply an opportunity to play games, students must create their own and in only two of the ten sessions are they permitted to play games others have created.

Gov.UK logoOur activities cover attainment targets from the National Computing Curriculum.

What is taught?
Students learn concepts and skills in games coding including file management, animation, character and object control, and coding concepts such as event handlers, control statements, loops, properties and functions. These concepts and skills are part of the Computing core curriculum in UK schools.

Age range & SEN

7-11 year olds. Is your child ready?

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