Programming for Primaries Awareness Day 2018

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ComputerXplorers has earmarked 9th to 18th March for 2018’s Programming for Primaries event to shine a spotlight on the support and resources available to children and to schools and teachers to help deliver inspirational programming classes in primary schools.

As part of the ComputerXplorers Programming for Primaries Event and in support of British Science Week 2018 ComputerXplorers is offering FREE programming classes to local schools in participating areas – contact your local area via these links for further details: ComputerXplorers Bristol & BathBromley & DartfordBirminghamMiddlesexOxfordshireSouth East ScotlandSouth West ScotlandCambridge & ChelmsfordWest Surrey and North Yorkshire or click on the button above to find your nearest ComputerXplorers.

Supporting British Science Week 2018 with free lessons in coding and computing

We are delighted to run a number of free classes in support of 2018’s British Science Week programme of activity and it’s a great way to get your school involved with British Science Week 2018.

Coding and programming is an integral aspect to so many science and STEM-related careers and these skills are key to this generation of school children’s future success.

FREE workshops are available for pupils or as FREE CPD sessions for teachers.

We come to you!

We come to your school to deliver the class to your pupils or your teaching staff. Alternatively, teachers from a school cluster can group together for a combined session at one school venue.


At ComputerXplorers we specialise in igniting young children’s interest in computing with accessible, engaging classes. Our classes don’t simply teach skills – they give pupils a hunger to stretch their abilities and try new things.

This year’s Programming for Primaries free schools workshops feature the micro:bit. In our exciting and fun micro:bit classes students will combine their creative and technical skills as they make music by programming their own jukebox using fruit as the controls!

Find out more about the micro:bit here.

  • Children program their own jukebox using the micro:bit and fruit for some hands-on physical computing.
  • Half day workshop.
  • Designed for Year 4 upwards .
  • Access to computers will be required.


  • Introduction to Programming demystifying the computing curriculum, key terms used and an overview of a range of programming approaches including Kodu and Scratch.
  • 2 hours suitable for twilight/INSET session.
  • Appropriate for teachers and teaching assistants of KS1 and KS2 or Primary 2 to 7.
  • Access to computers is required – we will be doing some programming!
  • The session is delivered at your school.

Please register your interest now by clicking on the button above as places are limited.

March 09 2018


Start: March 9
End: March 18
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