Abberely Hall School – October Half-Term

21st October 2019 - 25th October 2019

If the chance to dive into the world of artificial intelligence, code new robots and gain a deeper understanding of HTML coding sounds like something your kid would love then we have the perfect holiday camp for them!

This October, we are running a week long camp  to give children a hands-on and immersive technology experience. As one of the few technology camp providers in England, our teachers develop interactive courses for students, teaching key computer science and coding skills, whilst allowing them to explore their creativity. Perfect for tech-savvy geniuses or for introducing beginners to the world of STEM education.

Introducing technology to our mini-inventors at our last camps was a real success, therefore our camps are once again available for 5 – 12 year olds.

 

£49 per day

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Abberely Hall School – October Half-Term

£49.00£226.00

Monday – Humanoid Robots

Get hands-on with the latest robots and power them with code. Exploring variables, events, conditionals and encouraging creativity! Plus, Minecraft Mod activity.

Tuesday – Movie Making

Calling all aspiring movie stars! Have a creative blast using green screens to make movies and bring them to life with editing and SFX skills. Plus, 3D world building activity.

Wednesday – Crazy Circuitry 

Make anything from an alarm to a FM radio for a hands-on approach to STEM education. This course is a great introduction to conductivity, with something for everyone. Plus , Minecraft Redstone activity.

Thursday – LEGO Programming

Engage with your creative side and explore the world of visual programming. With LEFO software. Building robots with motors and sensors plus sport technology activity.

Friday – STEM Experiments 

Fantastically fun! This day involves discovering how to construct and make mechanisms move helping to build their engineering and problem solving skills.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept any credit or debit card. (Mastercard,, Visa, American Express)

How do I book?

You can book online for any of our camps or clubs, just find the school that you want to sign up to via the clubs and camps pages on our website. If you’d rather speak to someone in person then give us a call on 01442 873150.

When should I book?

We recommend booking in advance for your holiday camps and after school clubs. We have an overwhelming response when they go live and since we are only able to take a maximum of 30 children per camp or club, spaces get booked very quickly. We try to make this as fair as possible for people that want to attend, so we also have a waiting list for each camp and club that we list.

Can I buy a gift card?

That’s a great idea! Buy a gift card for one of our holiday camps for a unique present that Is fun and educational. Please contact one of our team on 01442 873150 to buy your child a ticket to tech world.



All FAQs

My sons 3rd visit and he’ll be returning!! Enough said?
Jane Devin,Bedgrove Junior School

My son had a really fun day at your camp today, he wants to go back tomorrow!
Kirsteen, Brookmans Park Primary School

My 9 year old son was totally absorbed and loved his day at camp from beginning to end.
C.french

My twins absolutely loved all the activities today. They are still talking about the robots!
Jamie Baker, St Ebbes School

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