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Girls and Games – Sunday

Workshop for Girls aged 6 - 8 years on Sunday 20 Jan 2019 @ 9am



Perfect for young creatives, students will learn how to create their own personalised game using block coding.

Gaming is big business, but playing is only half the fun. Get your game-face to our coding workshop and #LevelUp to the other side of the console.

Over a 2-hour session, we’ll help you create your own personalised game using block coding.

No coding experience? No worries. Just bring your creativity and we’ll help with the rest.

Participants: Girls, ages 6-8

Code Like a Girl’s Roaming Classroom for Rebel Girls is a touring educational experience that’s all about challenging gender stereotypes, providing inspiring role models and empowering a new generation of girls to code.

At the centre of Code Like a Girl, is an agenda to provide girls of all backgrounds access to technology education to empower more girls and women to be equal creators in building the future.

TO BOOK – you need to go to the Code Like A Girl website and book your tickets – click the link below 



Do I need to bring my own device?
No, we will have all technology equipment on site. Students will be required to use the Code Like a Girl devices provided. This will ensure that we can set up all devices with the correct connectivity settings and software beforehand to maximise our time in the workshops. Code Like a Girl do not take any responsibility for damage or loss of any devices brought to the workshops by students.

My child has never coded. Is this program suitable?
Yes! Your child will learn basic coding concepts using both online and offline activities and games. She will work through the program at her own pace.

My child has attended a coding class before. Will this still be useful?
Yes! This is a great opportunity for your budding coder to meet like-minded friends and apply her skills to new projects. There will be a number of open-ended activities that will extend your child and keep them feeling engaged and challenged.