Scratch with Ozobot

  • Age guide 7 - 10
  • 5 Days £545
    Mon to Fri 9:00 – 17:00
  • Residential £1295
    Sun 17:00 – Fri 17:00

Give your child a head start with learning to code games and bots.

Whilst the theory and logic of coding has remained the same for decades, methods have evolved significantly. This camp is ideal for younger kids to get to grips with coding. Scratch is a fantastic visual-based coding editor which enables children to create fun animations, interactive stories, games, sounds and much more! It’s the perfect introduction to coding and computational thinking and combined with the Ozobot (robot) – it makes coding for kids seriously fun!

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About this camp

This camp will give your child a head start in learning how to code. After a short orientation, they will use Scratch’s visual coding environment to cover the key areas of branching and iteration plus variables and game logic. Your child will use engaging projects to learn how to create fun, interactive and animated games as well as code their Ozobot to race, dance and even complete the FunTech maze!

By the end of the week's computer coding classes your child will be a Scratch expert!

 

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  • What to bring?
    Pack lunch (nut-free)
  • Screen breaks?
    15 minutes (morning & afternoon)
  • Lunch break?
    90 minutes
  • Parent viewing?
    Fri at 16.00

What your child will learn

  • Scratch (Scratch 2.0, Offline Editor, Workspaces, The Canvas, The Coding Board, The Image Editor)
  • Procedural Coding (Variables, Data-Types, Branches, Loops)
  • Conditional Statements (If-statements, If-Else-Statements)
  • Iteration (Do-Until Loops, Forever Loops, For Loops)
  • Ozobot Coding (Visual Scripting Language, Movement, Detection, Light Colours)

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FAQs

Can I use childcare vouchers to pay for camps?

Absolutely. We accept a number of childcare voucher schemes. Please see our childcare voucher page for more details.

How long are your summer camps?

All summer camps last for 5 days of teaching time, our residential courses start a day earlier than our daytime camps but teaching is always Mon-Fri.Day Camps: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm (we do not offer single day camps)
Residential Camps: Sunday 5pm to Friday 5:30pm
Note:- some location's start/end times may be earlier or later, please check your welcome pack for specific details.

Please note: some locations’ start/end times may be vary: please check your welcome pack for specific details.

How long do children get for lunch? 

For Day and Residential Camps lunch break is 90 minutes and comes with the option for some activities. These vary from location to location, so please check the individual location page for more details.

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