From building electronic robot arms to creating your own musical instruments, Science Oxford's monthly Creative Computing Club offers an exciting mix of hands-on electronics and coding. Suitable for 12-15 year olds, Science Oxford's experienced team give an introduction to the coding language 'FUZE BASIC' using a Raspberry Pi workstation.
We're keen to encourage more girls to have a go at coding and electronics. So we're offering anyone female who loves inventing and creating the chance to win tickets to our club! Beginners are very welcome.
To be in with a chance to win simply e-mail a name, age and dates you want to attend to firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the leaflet or read on to find out more about the next two sessions:
The Rise of the Robots - Creative Computing Club
Saturday 11th June 2016
Ages 12-15 Session: 14.30-16.00
From Wall-E to BB-8 , who doesn't love robots?! In this month's creative computing club, we will be building and programming electronic robot arms. No experience necessary; this is a great chance to give coding a go and see how computing can be used in the real world!
The Discovery Zone, The Basement - Oxford Centre for Innovation, New Road, Oxford, OX1 1BY
Creative Computing Club: Musical Mayhem Saturday 9th July 2016
Session 2.30pm - 4pm
Join Science Oxford for a unique fusion of coding and music. Create musical instruments and play with sound in this hands on introduction to electronics and coding.
The Discovery Zone, The Basement - Oxford Centre for Innovation New Road , Oxford, OX1 1BY