Young people are being invited to try their hand at programming computers in Block H, the world's first purpose-built computer centre at TNMOC on Bletchley Park.
When and Where
The free Weekend Codability project takes place every weekend.
Any young person can just turn up at TNMOC on Saturday or Sunday afternoons (12 noon to 5pm) for a free session. Both the young person and the accompanying adult must pay the entrance fee.
Ask for Weekend Codability at the TNMOC Ticket Office. Booking is not necessary: it's first come, first served.
Please note: young people must be accompanied by an adult.
What to expect
A team of young Codability Guides will signpost and support visitors on a range of devices from the ever-popular 1980's BBC Micro to Raspberry Pi and other devices. A variety of modern laptops and tablets will be available to ensure that young people will know how to continue to develop their skills through web apps such as Rapid Router and other popular entry-level coding resources available on platforms that they already have at home.
Think you might forget what you have used? Don't worry, we have linked some of our favourite resources on our support for parents page.
The Project Sponsors
The Weekend Codability project is sponsored by Ocado Technology, the division behind Ocado.com, the world's largest online-only grocery retailer. The sponsorship is part of Code for Life, Ocado Technology’s nationwide initiative to inspire the next generation of computer scientists, equipping pupils with the skills they need to revolutionise industries of tomorrow
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