WHAT’S ON IN 2015/2016 Autumn 2015: We do not advertise courses this autumn but we will host paid and free sessions for children and grown ups in three locations: Butler Centre (£3 per child/£2 per child for club members, parents attend for free and are asked to stay with us too, siblings are welcome too) […]
We would like to thank the Vale and Downland Museum for inviting us to participate in the Heritage Day. We have been asked to accept the challenge of building the Museum venue in Minecraft so you will see the results on our YouTube shortly!
We had a great time at the Minecon2015 in London and we are still digesting all learnings. In the meantime here is our quick video documentary. Enjoy! Minecon2015 for Wantage Pixel Club from Sylwia Presley on Vimeo. We could not travel with the entire club so here are the highlights!
Huge congratulations to all our Club Members for their achievements in our spring semester. I would like to add a special thank you to our Awards Ceremony guests: Annie Harris (Butler Centre manager), Ralph Cobham and John Vandore (Betjeman Park trustees) for their participation. It is also the time to announce the winners of our […]
We are very proud to report that we have teamed up with our local charity – SUDEP – in celebrations of the Purple Day raising awareness around epilepsy. We did so for two reasons – the charity is our local organisation with global impact, so we wanted to help; secondly – one of our club […]
We had an amazing time enjoying our very own club-made Mum’s Day Video at the Wildwood Kitchen’s cinema last night. What a great feeling to showcase the work of our young video makers and the courage of their mums! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! We will not upload the full […]
After our social catch up this morning we took a bucket of flowers and gave those away to all mums in the Market Square. So here it is – a bucket of over 50 smiles from this morning. It was so much fun!
This is not an update on our Spring Competition – we have asked our video makers to give it a go and start working on the Minecraft version of Betjeman Park in Wantage. Here are the results of their work in class:
Our coding group learned about Mozilla Open Badges and the idea of skills (we use badges in our club too, but we wanted to ensure that children understand the idea of skills collected to be featured in their future, for example on a CV). We have designed our own badges on paper and later in […]
This week we have been invited by Sally, one of our mums, to present about our club and safe Internet practice on our local. Listen to the recording below or here: The Hendred Chatters 3rd March 2015 by Online Radio Broadcasting on Mixcloud