A message to all schools wishing to participate in RE:CODE London
As you will be aware, the Government has announced the closure of schools and given clear guidance that the public should avoid events with large numbers of people and stop all non-essential social contact.
In light of this, we have taken the decision to postpone RE:CODE London workshops scheduled for 28, 29, 30 April and 1 May. We will continue to take the latest advice from Public Health England (PHE) and encourage you to visit the NHS website for the latest information and guidance.
Stay tuned for updates on future dates. In the meantime:
Why not be inspired by your Imagination and try making a robotic arm using basic materials at home?
Explore The Lego Foundation’s resources for using a LEGO Play Box
Join The Mayor of London, London Curriculum at 6pm on 23 March for a virtual CPD session for primary teachers on running student-led science investigations
Thank you for your interest, and for all that you do as teachers, and we hope to see you at our events in the near future.
The Institute of Imagination
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 (LEGO Education WeDo 2.0 robotics kits), to help tackle some of our city’s challenges.
When and where is RE:CODE London?
Sessions are held on Wednesday 29 April to Friday 1 May. You can book to attend one of five workshops per day: 10am, 10:30am, 11:10am, 11:40am or 12:35pm.
If you are booking a school group, please book for the total number of children. You can take up to 90 pupils to a workshop. Please note that we will cancel bookings which do not meet these criteria.
The events will be held at:
1 Siemens Brothers Way
London E16 1GB
The nearest transport is Royal Victoria DLR station, West Silvertown or Canning Town underground station.
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 students aged 9-11, Years 5 and 6. A session can hold up to 90 students.
How do I book for RE:CODE London?
The RE:CODE London programme was the winner of the 2018 Cross-Sector Digital Collaboration of the Year, in the Digital Leaders 100 Awards.