Our Saturday sessions

It’s great to see that our early morning (9am!) sessions are growing and we have new members joining us! Last Saturday we have welcome three new families! Children spent most of their time working on personal challenges, but also helping me in defying new challenge cards! We have also started playing with the LEGO Movie […]

Our First Board Games Meetup – Tsuro

We had a great time playing board games at our local, Vale and Downland Museum, this morning. Scrabble, Snakes and Ladders, Dixit, Minion and Hobbit Monopoly were played but the overall winner this time was Tsuro – children and parents loved it the most. It took us one round to work it out but then […]

Our first sessions of 2015/2016!

We had a great time at the Butler Centre on Saturday. Children worked on challenges they chose in their own time which gave them more time to work together, play and build friendships. Parents told us that this model of sessions worked better so we hope to continue with them at least this year. Below […]

New sessions announced!

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) […]

Our fifth sessions

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 […]

Our fourth sessions

Last Saturday was very productive and a lot of fun again. Our coding group played with LEGO Mindstorms and learned about a different take on coding. Our video makers put into practice their new interviewing skills and recorded few additional pieces for the final video. Our German group learned about crafting and colours. All groups […]

Maths session on times tables

In our third maths session children had to design their very own 3D version of times tables. Each Club member chose a different approach and so our presentations looked really impressive – and some managed to work all the way up to 12×12! Well done!