Resources From Femi’s Coding Bootcamp August 2017

Hope you enjoyed Femi’s Coding Bootcamp. Here’s some extra resources to help you continue exploring with your children.

Crumble Workshop

micro:bit Workshops

Scratch Workshop

Minecraft Hack

Minecraft Resources

Where To Buy Products For Coding

micro:bit

Raspberry Pi

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CoderDojo London Summer Coding Event 3rd-4th August 2017

Date: Thursday 3rd & Friday 4th August 2017
Location: UCL Base, Kings Cross, London
Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Details: Large array of workshops from Apps Development, HTML, Microbit, Virtual Reality(VR) and Scratch.
You will need to book each day separately – hurry as places will fill up quickly.
Cost: Free
Book Tickets: Thursday 3rd August 2017 and Friday 4th August 2017

Femi’s Coding Bootcamp at Eagle Lab in association with South London Raspberry Jam and Mums In Technology 7th-11th August 2017

Date: Monday 7th – Friday 11th August 2017
Location: Rise London, 41 Luke Street, Shoreditch, London EC2A 4DP
Time: 10:00am-12:00pm
Details: Femi is running a Coding Bootcamp every day, next week, in the Eagle Lab at Barclays Bank. At £20 per session, they are a really affordable way to treat your children (Age 6 – 14) to great coding workshops in a super cool East London setting – hosted by Mums In Technology. Any small profit will go towards updating some of our equipment.

Monday’s Crumble Robot workshop is fully booked but there are still places for Tuesday to Friday (only 10 participants per session).

Sessions include BBC micro:bit I: getting started with the BBC micro:bit; Scratch Video Gaming Making with guest Scratch expert, Marc Grossman – including utilising Spotify; Micro:Bit II – developing a Wearables project or Micro:Bit Robot challenge, ending with a Minecraft Hack on Friday.

As always – our events are autism and Tourette’s Syndrome friendly.

Cost: £20 per session
Booking: https://www.mumsintechnology.co.uk/whatson/microbitcodingandrobots

Photos, Videos and Tweets from Saturday, 14th May 2016’s Event

TeachMeet Presentations

Here are a selection of tweets from Saturday, May 14th’s event:

3rd South London Raspberry Jam

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3rd South London Raspberry Jam 14th May 2015

With Computing At School SEN TeachMeet in the morning.
Kano HQ, 69-79 Mile End Road, London, E1 4TT

Ticket Only Event

This Scratch Day event is planned and hosted by South London Raspberry Jam, and has not been approved or endorsed by MIT.

Computing At School SEN TeachMeet

CAS SEN TeachMeet: 10am – 1.00pm

The coding community are looking to promote diversity and inclusion in teaching and coding events to encourage children to explore coding. South London Raspberry Jam: (SLRJam) have enjoyed successfully engaging with young children whilst promoting an Autism and Tourette’s Syndrome friendly ethos. Continue reading “3rd South London Raspberry Jam 14th May 2015”

Scratch Day 2016

We’re part of Scratch Day 2016 14th May 2016 #ScratchDay

As part of Scratch Day celebrations – Kano have invited South London Raspberry Jam: to the HQ for their 3rd Jam

Kano Invites South London Raspberry Jam: to celebrate Scratch Day & all things to do with Coding at their HQ’s in Whitechapel on Saturday 14th May 2016.

2nd South London Raspberry Jam Saturday 12th December 2015

We’re part of Europe Code Week 2015 10th-18th October 2015 #codeEU

2nd South London Raspberry Jam Saturday 12th December 2015

Bellingham Gateway Youth & Community Centre

1:00pm-4:45pm

Book tickets

Code Club running every Tuesday from 3rd November to 8th December 2015.

5.45pm – 7.15pm
Catford Library
for 7-15 yr olds – parents/carers must accompany young participants
As ever – Autism & Tourette’s Syndrome friendly

Review of our first South London Raspberry Jam

Photo of two people building a Kano computer.

What an amazing success for our first South London Raspberry Jam. We had 47 young coding enthusiasts and 25 parents/carers – 50% of attendees from Autism/Tourette’s Syndrome families.

We offered 11 different workshops:-

  • Python Coding with Minecraft
  • Physical Computing on Raspberry Pi using Scratch/Python
  • Build your own Web Page
  • Making Graphics for Web Design using Processing
  • Introduction to Scratch
  • Video Game Making with Scratch
  • Introduction to Sonic Pi – Live Coding
  • Introduction to Minecraft for Parents on iPads/Lapdocks
  • Electric Circuits with Playdough
  • Creative Crafts with Circuits
  • Make a Computer with Kano

Our workshop leaders, young coding mentors, library staff and volunteers did a sterling job creating a real buzz and environment of inclusiveness. Parents reported that they’d enjoyed learning more about coding, physical computing and seeing their children enjoying themselves. The children, well, they just didn’t want the event to end and can’t wait for the next event.

Thank you – all of you who have given inspiration, support and generous donations – to make it happen. Next – we are going to run a code club and then get our young coders to organise the next Jam on 12th December.

See Femi’s excellent review of our Jam – from a 9 yr old’s perspective at hackerfemo.wordpress.com. Continue reading “Review of our first South London Raspberry Jam”