november, 2020

sat21nov10:00 am11:00 amLifelong Learning Festival: STEM HEROES: Coding Challenges (Ages 9-12)10:00 am - 11:00 am OnlineProgram Type:For Kids,Lifelong Learning Festival,Online Programs,Special Events & ForumsPrice:Free Event TagsChildren & Youth,Family & Parenting,Lifelong Learning Festival,Technology & STEMFree

Course Details

Fun, engaging and low-pressure, this activity is geared towards girls and boys aged 9 -12. No prior coding experience is required. Kids will be using the programming language Scratch to complete the mini challenges.

All activities are aimed to create an inclusive learning opportunity with activities able to be completed within a few hours over the week and easily be scaled up or down to suit your child’s skills and abilities. All online sessions and group discussions will be recorded and made available if your child is not able to attend one of the online sessions.

At the end of the program, kids will have a chance to submit their work and go in the running to win a robotic kit.

Who is this event suitable for?

  • Girls and boys aged 9-12. No prior coding experience required
  • If your child is a little younger than the suggested age range and they are experienced coders, they can sign up for this activity

This program is proudly supported by the City of Melton Libraries Team, if oversubscribed priority will be given to Parents and Kids residing in the City of Melton.

Who is Western BACE?

Western BACE is a Not for Profit Community Driven Business Hub in Melbourne’s West where people matter, feel like they belong and are supported in striving for excellence and growth.

When

(Saturday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Location

Online

Provider

Western BACE

Online Programs

PLEASE NOTE

In line with the Victorian Government's Covid-19 vaccination rules, anyone aged 12 years and over planning to attend a Council delivered program held within councils community facilities must provide proof of vaccination status upon entry to the facility.
Individuals with valid medical exemptions issued by an authorised medical practitioner and children aged under 12 years are excluded from this rule.
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