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RE:CODE London gives young Londoners aged 9-11 the chance to take on a real-world coding challenge. RE:CODE London is run by the Mayor of London, the LEGO® Group and Institute of Imagination.
There are 7 RE:CODE London events in the 2019 school year, with sessions for mainstream, SEND and Home Education groups. The aim is to strengthen coding and creative problem-solving skills in year 5 and 6 students. At each 90-minute session at the Imagination Lab, students will build, code and learn with Milo the robot, to help tackle some of our city’s challenges.
These events are for London Curriculum registered primary schools.
When is RE:CODE London?
Who is RE:CODE London for and how much does it cost?
To book you must be a London Curriculum registered primary school. There are also sessions for Home Education Groups on 26 March and 11 June. You can take up to 90 students to a session. Sessions are free.
How do I book for RE:CODE London?
You can register your interest in attending a session here, or use the inks above on the dates listed. Bookings are managed by the Greater London Authority. If you can any questions, you can email the team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The RE:CODE London programme was the winner of the 2018 Cross Sector Digital Collaboration of the Year, in the Digital Leaders 100 Awards.