RE:CODE London events give young Londoners aged 9-11 the chance to take on a real-life coding challenge. The aim is to build coding and creative problem-solving skills in year 5 and 6 students. Sessions are only open to London Curriculum registered primary schools.
At each 90-minute session, students will build, code and learn with Milo the robot to help tackle some of our city’s challenges.
Unfortunately all 2018 sessions have now sold out. Additional dates may be released soon, so do check back!
All events take place at:
The Imagination Lab
26 Lambeth High Street
London SE1 7JS
The Imagination Lab is run by the Institute of Imagination. This is a space where children and families can explore and discover new technologies and experiment in arts and science workshops.
Interested in the 2018 events?
Important information: To come to RE:CODE London you must be a London Curriculum registered primary school. You can take up to 90 students to a session. Please note that we will cancel bookings which do not meet these criteria.
Each session will start by introducing children to coding. Students will then work in pairs to code and build Lego robots.
Afterwards, students will be able to:
- use sequence, selection, and repetition in programmes; and work with variables and different forms of input and output
- use logic to explain how some simple algorithms work; and to find and correct errors in algorithms and programmes
- choose, use and combine a variety of software (including internet services) on different digital devices.
- The aim is to design and create a range of programmes, systems and content that accomplish given goals. This includes collecting, analysing, evaluating and presenting data and information.
About RE:CODE London
Our events are open to primary schools registered with the Mayor’s London Curriculum. This is our free programme that brings the national curriculum to life through hands-on learning experiences. The full London Curriculum offer is for all key stage 2 and 3 students in London.
Browse our photo gallery on Flickr to see images from earlier events.