Notting Hill Preparatory School - After School Clubs

Welcome to our first term of the new academic year at Notting Hill Preparatory School! We're excited to bring you three clubs: Mini Coders Club, Lego Robotics Club and Creatibe Coding Club. You can read more about each down below.
Age Mini Coders Club: Year 1 to Year 2 Lego Robotics Club: Year 3 to Year 5 Creative Coding Club: Year 6 to Year 8
Difficulty Level Mini Coders Club: Suitable for beginners. Lego Robotics Club: Suitable for all students. Creative Coding Club: Suitable for those with some coding experience
Autumn Term 2022
From Monday 19th September to Wednesday 30th November (excluding half-term)
Date & Times Mondays / Mini Coders Club (3.30-4.30pm)
Tuesdays / Lego Robotics (4-5pm)
Wednesdays / Creative Coding Club (4.15-5.15pm)
Price £162.00
Any questions?
Please email; we'll be more than happy to help!

Mini Coders Club

Designed specifically for our youngest students with no previous technological experience, our Mini Coders course starts with basic ICT skills and computing concepts to introduce children to the exciting world of coding. Our specially designed activities allow your child to develop their programming skills using Scratch JR, an introductory programming language that enables young children to create their own stories, animations and games. An emphasis is placed on freedom of expression, as our project-based learning encourages children to freely express their creativity as they write and modify code!


Lego Robotics Club

In this hands-on club, students will develop their coding, design and engineering skills as they use the block-based coding language Scratch to program their very own LEGO robots. Students will learn how to use key engineering tools, like sensors and motors to build racing car robots, plus we'll get creative with programming to make spirographs. This fun course allows room for creativity and contests through in-class games and competitions, including our very own version of Robot Wars!


Creative Coding Club

This introduction to JavaScript ‘library’ p5.js is the perfect next step for students who are familiar with the Bitsbox platform, or have some text-based coding experience, and are ready to move onto more complex projects. This club combines text-based programming, innovative digital art projects, and game design to teach real-world skills… all through self-expression and individual creativity! 

Students will build foundational knowledge and skills in p5.js by working on creative projects like, creating a graffiti drawing app, their own unique version of the app 'Paint’, and JavaScript-based mini games.

Mini Coders Club
Lego Robotics Club
Creative Coding Club

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