Merton Park does Python!

Were we feeling enthused to start the Python projects? What do you think?

“It looks too hard”

“It’s not very colourful”

“It’s so boring”

“Where’s the cat?”

How wrong we were! 10 minutes in and the enthusiasm filled the room. Tim was so patient (as always) and once Olivia and Sophie discovered how to change colours we were off…

“This is so much better then html coding”

Take a look at Olivia’s creation below, I think you will be impressed. Isn’t it wonderful? How do you think the colourful pattern is made up? Describe the method (program/ algorithm) using non-coding words. Thanks for sharing, Olivia.

http://videocentralhd.lgfl.org.uk/Play.aspx?id=orbCV5llhvWIXH

 

 

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I’m a primary schools computing technician, interested in teaching children, their teachers & their parents, about IoT, computational thinking and implications of technology on their lives and encouraging children to think critically about technology to influence change in the world.

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