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You’re invited to… RE:CODE London
RE:CODE London gives young Londoners aged 9-11 the chance to take on a real-world coding challenge. RE:CODE London is run in partnership with LEGO Group, Mayor of London and Institute of Imagination.
The aim of RE:CODE London is to strengthen coding and creative problem-solving skills. At each 90-minute session students will build, code and learn with Milo the robot, to help tackle some of our city’s challenges. This season’s theme is renewable energy.
When is RE:CODE London?
Sessions are held on Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 November. Students will attend one of five sessions each day which last 90 minutes: 10am, 10:30am, 11:10am, 11:40am or 12:35pm.
Who is RE:CODE London for and how much does it cost?
To book you must be a London Curriculum registered primary school. The workshop is suitable for young Londoners aged 9-11 in year 5 and 6. A session can hold up to 90 students.
How do I book for RE:CODE London?
You can register your interest here. Bookings are managed by the Mayor of London’s team. If you have any questions, you can email the team at: email@example.com. 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.