New school year!

Hi everyone,
I hope you all had a lovely summer, with lots of playing outside and visiting interesting places?
The new term is about to start and I am thinking about how to organise Code Club. Jon & Tim are both busy with their own teaching this term – Jon is teaching teachers and Tim is teaching both children and teachers! Until they get their teaching timetables we don’t yet know who will be available when to help at Code Club. I am meeting with Mrs Gooderick soon and we will let parents know as soon as something definite is organised.
Meanwhile, there are 2 things you can do:

  • If you know anyone with programming experience who would like to come and help us at 3.30pm every Tuesday, then please ask them if they are interested. Likewise, your parents or their friends may work for a company which is prepared to let a programmer come and help us. Don’t forget to tell them how much you learn from it and how much fun we have every week!
  • You could try out some of the ideas I am about to post – Everyday Puzzling, Traffic Lights & Tower Cranes.  You can let me know by, commenting on the relevant post, how you are getting on. If you need to contact me, either come and see me, or email me – my email address is on the noticeboard or ask your teacher or Mrs Tripp for it. For example you may need the login to our Scratch 2.0 account. If you’re making things in Scratch please use Scratch 2.0 as I can then see what you have been up to.
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About nic schofield

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.

2 thoughts on “New school year!

    • Don’t panic, Priya – I am hoping we shall still see them, maybe just not as often!


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