The first Turing House CoderDojo took place on Saturday afternoon, with 46 young people, from Turing House and other local schools getting stuck into some creative coding. There were activities on offer for beginners, as well as more experienced coders. The Arduino group were making battery testers, the Intermediate Python group was building a Wall Ball game, and our Scratch coders were creating everything from Rock Band animations to Beat the Goalie competitions. This was all made possible by an enthusiastic group of volunteers, including a number of Turing House parents. Special thanks goes to Year 8 student Mikey P who did a fantastic job volunteering as a Peer Mentor on Beginner Python. There will be more of these events in future, so if you're interested in hearing more click here.
Videos of recent dance and music can be viewed here.