Our expert study group activity allows students to decide what and how they learn

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Saturday PM 12-14 years Expert games & website coding study group club

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This study group activity facilitates more experienced students to engage in student centred learning, collaborating with each other, and sharing skills and knowledge. Students are regularly introduced to new concepts, techniques and subjects and are expected to develop these through research and practice.

Activity options & fees

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At our training studio in Bromley Common BR2 8LU
Maximum 6 students
Ten weekly (term time) 2 hour sessions, join anytime
£96 for 10 sessions

Saturdays
3pm to 5pm.

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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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Activity content

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Our activities cover attainment targets from the National Computing Curriculum.

This activity is based around student centred learning activities and provides a forum for like minded students to share knowledge and skills and learn collaboratively.

There is no prescriptive limit to the subjects the students can engage with, but typical subjects will be games and website coding.

Students are introduced to new concepts, techniques and subjects and are expected to develop these through research and practice.

Each student is constantly challenged to improve their existing skills and knowledge. Students are continually assessed to establish the level they are working at and to stretch them.

Age range & SEN

This club is suitable for 12-14 year olds with a high level of self motivation, who are able to work and communicate with others to extend their knowledge and skills through research and shared experience.

Your child should either have already reached Level 4 in any one of our subjects, or have good computer skills, perhaps because they have been using a Raspberry Pi, or have a high level of subject interest, maturity and focus.

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