Coolest Projects 2020

4 of the Essex Steamettes, girls from the Southend and Chelmsford Raspberry Jams and new recruits, entered the Coolest Projects 2020 online showcase.

Here are their entries. There is a Scratch link and the rest of the videos can be viewed on the Essex Steamettes playlist with their other videos :

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRQcd5IhADQnEpRCz8KXqScXh5-imVuoh

Black Jack card game

https://online.coolestprojects.org/projects/272

GCSE Computer Science Revision Game

https://online.coolestprojects.org/projects/652

Save Mr Orange

https://online.coolestprojects.org/projects/269

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/407633149/

Steady Hand Game

https://online.coolestprojects.org/projects/88

 

Take part

Girls aged 11yrs+ are invited to take part in online meetings Thursdays 11am to learn about coding and technology, be inspired by women in tech and collaborate on projects together. More details on how to join the Essex Steamettes are here.

We’re also running a wearable tech course using a glove and Microbit for girls aged 10yrs+ on Sundays 2pm and Tuesdays 5pm.

More details on how to join the Essex Steamettes are here.

 

We’re also looking to run the glove course for all, run a space science experiment on the International Space Station and also do an online Raspberry Jam Tech Festival with lots of activities for all ages and abilities. Details coming soon.

 

 

Essex Steamettes

Online activities for girls aged 11-19yrs old who want to learn creative coding, engineering, digital art and the application of technology to solve problems associated with climate change, pollution, ageing.
See below for joining details, photos and videos.

Join us for coding digital art / animation, drones / LED displays, social care robotics, environment / space science and more. We’ll have occasional visits by women in tech and we take part in other activities as audience, speakers and workshop organisers or to get help and network.

Online: Sundays 2pm-4pm

3D design and printing/ websites, (also other activities like coding drones, careers, meet women in tech, Python, games creation and more).
Booking here for Zoom link.
(Because of an Eventbrite bug, you may get reminders for MiniMu glove competition)

We’ll be running the interactive coded glove course shortly and are currently doing 3D printing/design at our online meetings. Lots of new girls joining after the British Science Festival.

Online: Tuesdays 5pm-7pm

Learn to build a website/3D design and printing
Booking here for Zoom link.
(Because of an Eventbrite bug, you may get reminders for MiniMu glove competition)

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Microbit Glove Project

We’ll be running the interactive Microbit glove course again shortly.

See https://openuk.uk/openkidscamp/ Tuesday 7th September for a free Microbit glove and speaker.

You can buy a Microbit version 2 and the Inventor’s Kit to use for electronics here.

Microbit version 2
https://thepihut.com/products/micro-bit-v2-go-starter-kit

Microbit Inventor’s Kit
https://thepihut.com/products/inventors-kit-for-the-bbc-micro-bit-python-version

Local libraries loan Microbits and you can buy the parts in the Inventor’s Kit separately which may be cheaper, especially if you have some already.

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Chelmsford Raspberry Jam

Saturday 9th October 10.30am-3pm
Chelmsford Central Library

The Essex Steamettes girls have recruited lots of new girls. Coding and making workshops and chance to share projects, meet mentors and each other.

Chelmsford Fringe Festival – Makerday

Saturday 29th November 10.30am – 3pm
Chelmsford Central Library

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In person: She Heals Sci-Art exhibition

Sat 12pm-5pm 26th June The Old Waterworks, Southend
Drones, bee viruses, LED hives with Lily Hunter Green

Girls 11yrs+ are invited to workshops 12pm-3pm to include 3D design, creating virtual reality worlds, space science, interactive musical glove.
Booking and more details click here.

 

 

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An online meetup for girls who love being creative with science, technology and engineering.

Make friends, learn new things, work on projects together, find out about tech careers, help others learn, show your projects to others, get feedback and help.

The application form asks about ability and interests and if you’d like to talk or show your project (screen sharing and/or webcam) and we’ll flesh out the activities based on that feedback.

We’ll look at an easy way to start learning Python with Edu Blocks, creating animations and using sensors on the Raspberry Pi computers on the International Space Station, pollution sensing, longer term collaboration and more. Tuesdays 5pm and Sundays 2pm will be doing the wearable tech glove course with 4 EssexSteamettes taking part in the competition by making video diaries of their progress.

Click here to watch one of the Essex Steamettes Youtube videos and see the their playlist:

https://twitter.com/eliseains/status/1253324582859071488/

Experimenting with turtle patterns during today’s @SouthendRPiJams meetup, using @edu_blocks 🙂

 

Lowena wrote the code to turn the Astro Pi into an mp3 player which played the Sonic Pi tune created in Southend which Tim Peake tweeted when he was on the International Space Station. Details here.

 

 

You can see more photos on Facebook (don’t forget to like the page and posts):

https://www.facebook.com/Essex-Steamettes-113029900231592/

Online: Coding drones

Sunday 9th May 2pm-4pm
Coding drones and LED arrays with Lily Hunter Green

Booking here for Zoom link.
(Because of an Eventbrite bug, you may get reminders for MiniMu glove competition)

Mercury Digital Festival

Friday 21st August 11.30pm, Saturday 22nd August 11.30pm, Sunday 2pm
The Essex Steamettes will be showing people how to create digital stories using Scratch on Friday and Saturday.
On Sunday, they will be showcasing what they have been doing during lockdown and inviting other young people to show their projects as well.
More details here.

Microbit interactive glove course

The Essex Steamettes took part in an interactive wearable tech course and helped run a camp over the summer. More details here (password: essexsteamettes)

Shared document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1u2sBfbZAf-xamT-2UeEZhfiXN7NrTYGrh7bzbu0AgzE/edit?usp=sharing
MiniMu glove questions : https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LBbSjwh_R_NmokE3RJLZ7DD8aaAnwbNHFThyuIq0PR0/edit

Southend Culture Network

Southend Culture Network

The Southend Culture Network (SCN) works collectively towards the production, presentation and promotion of arts and culture in Southend with the ambition of maximising the creative potential of Southend and enriching our offer. SCN is self-governing and self-organising, with each member organisation having equal responsibility for agreeing shared objectives and delivering these for the benefit of local communities and wider audiences.

The core aims of SCN is to enable;

1. Effective communication of the cultural offer in Southend on Sea, including
a) Ensuring clear and up to date internal communication of activities between network members
b) Seeking opportunities for more effective means to communicate the cultural offer in Southend more widely and more effectively.
c) Working together to collect data and evaluation, to ensure the impact of the cultural offer can be measured and communicated to stakeholders.

2. Working together to create new opportunities for collaborative projects, programmes, enhanced resources, and facilities for the cultural offer in Southend.

SCN comprises professional organisations and individuals located in Southend-on-Sea who work for public benefit to deliver culture and the arts for creative practitioners, communities and wider audiences.

Check out the Essex Steamettes, a group of girls who love being creative with science and technology in Essex and their playlist of videos including their interactive musical glove project, happiness detector (click watch on Youtube):

 

 

 

 

Southend Tech is a member of the Southend Culture Network and the Digital Southend Working Group.

You may be interested in the Raspberry Pi air pollution art project in Chelmsford which we took part in, the use of Microbit controlled LED lights at the Chelmsford Light Parade, the Essex Steamettes (our girls only group who like being creative coding, science and technology) and our Raspberry Jam Tech Festivals.

 

 

 

 

 

Moonhack 2020

Saturday 30th May 11am-4pm
Online hackathon

Join us for a world record breaking event for children and young people.

Click here to join video : https://meet.jit.si/moonhack
Projects / certificates : https://moonhack.com/projects/
Backup service: https://jitsi.riot.im/moonhack

Shared document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gsnsV57K6-_v-p1O3zPXC5ISWy2zFCaDQttVst5Yur8/edit?usp=sharing

Moon Hack is a fun way to learn coding skills and you don’t need any experience to be part of it. Suggested ages 9-18yrs for online activities but can be done from ~5yrs with parental help or if familiar with Scratch.

Code Club Australia will provide 6 amazing projects with step-by-step instructions for a range of levels of abilities from absolute beginners to confident Python coders.

We’ll run this online with participants invited to other virtual events and physical events once lockdown lifts. Book here :

Online girls meetups and interactive wearable tech course here.

 

 

Basildon Raspberry Jam

Sat 25th January 2020 10.30am-3.30pm
Basildon Library
Basildon

A girls only STEAM based Raspberry Jam to celebrate Essex Libraries’ launch of #Essex2020 Year of Science and Creativity.
Suggested age 9yrs+.

Create interactive works of art 10.30am-11.30am – Intermediate to Advanced

Create interactive works of art inspired by famous artists using Processing / Javascript coding.

Astro Pi 11.30am-12.30pm – Beginners to advanced

Code messages and animations to be played to astronauts on the International Space Station on the Raspberry Pi computers which Tim Peake took there.

CreatorSpace 12.30pm onwards Beginners to advanced

Ad hoc 3D printing, Raspberry Pi, Microbit, robotics, general hacking and digital making in the CreatorSpace. Bring your own tech to show.

Frozen with Anna and Elsa 1.30pm-2.30pm Beginners

Code with Anna and Elsa as they explore the magic and beauty of ice. You will create snowflakes and patterns as you ice-skate and make a winter wonderland that you can then share with your friends !

Code a Dance Party 2.30pm-3.30pm Beginners

Choreograph dance moves and light effects to your favourite pop tunes.

 

Drop in activities 10.30am-3.30pm unstructured activities for people to drop in or work on for longer as they wish with less supervision or bring their own.

Code the OhBot robot to talk, move and change eye colours using simple Scratch like block. Can you work out how to use the Python interface ?

Bit:Bot robot – code the robot car to move and flash coloured lights

3D printing – learn to design and print using a 3D printer

GH Scientific – Biology activities

Ozobots: Start coding screen-free, by drawing Color Codes that tell your Ozobot what to do. Color Codes teach basic coding concepts like cause/effect, critical thinking, and debugging. Can you work out how to use the Scratch programming interface ?

Electrical Circuit bending – play with batteries, motors, wires, LEDs

Chemical Reactions in the home eg. testing acidity with cabbage juice

Bring your own tech – Feel free to bring laptop, tablet, phone, lego robotics, Sphero, Snap circuits, Harry Potter Wand, Kano, Rasperry Pi/Microbit/Ardiuno, projects, Cosmo/ Vector robots, VR headsets, 3D printers etc. to work on, show others, teach others and collaborate with, discover more advanced things it can do, get help from others.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

You can attend all or part of the day.

Raspberry Jam Safeguarding

Directions

Basildon Library is located in Basildon Town Centre

No food or drink to be consumed in the library but there are lots of shops in the town centre.

 

Chelmsford Raspberry Jam 5

Chelmsford Raspberry Jam 5

Saturday, 15th February 2020 10am-4pm
Chelmsford Library, first floor

We’re looking for people to give tech talks, show projects, run and/or help with coding/electronic workshops on a variety of tech topics (any cool tech not just Raspberry Pi) at the next Southend Raspberry Jam Sunday 8th March.

Family activities from 10.30am with more technical professional activities later on. See below for timetable.

 

 

 

 

 

9am Library open for setup
10am-10.30am Preview and meetup for those doing talks,  showing projects or helping/running workshops
10.30am Welcome talk/group photo

Workshops

Please bring a charged laptop/tablet and leads if you can, as there are only a few library computers which people will need to share.

* 11am Dance Party workshop – Beginners
Choreograph dance moves and light effects to your favourite pop tunes.

* 12pm “Smart Classroom” – Beginners
Create a smart assistant (Alexa) that lets you control virtual devices. Teach a computer to recognise the meaning of your commands

* 1pm Lunch

* 1.30pm “Interactive Storyteller” – Intermediate to Advanced, 9yrs+
Create a story and make the story change each time it runs.
Then, remix the code to write your own story. Storyteller was created by New York Times bestselling author Miriam Peskowitz, based on her book Code Like a Girl. Awesome for people who like to write.

* 2.30pm CyberSecurity – Advanced, 12yrs+
In Yr 8 and want to enter CyberFirst Girls Competition, let us know ?

Projects being demoed – show / tell

10.30am-12pm or all day
Snap circuits
Oh Bot Talking head robot
Bit:Bot – Microbit robot car and lights
The above were run by the Essex Steamettes – the girls group
RC model planes
Amateur Radio
Dementia button / light game by Remap – engineering / hacking equipment for people with disabilities.
Raspberry Pi Face tracking

Drop in workshops – general hacking

A number of different projects to work on at your own leisure including some of the projects above being demoed, or bring your own to work on with people / get help.

Talks

10.30am Getting involved with Amateur Radio
11am Coding Virtual Reality
2.30pm RC Model flying – how to get involved and technology involved in the sport.

12pm Microbit – learn to code and interact with the real world

Publicity / Social Media

Twitter:

@ChelmsfordRJam

Jam run by @SouthendTech (DMs are open to all)

@SouthendRPiJams

Facebook:

Southend Tech

Southend Tech Group

Essex Science and Creativity Group

Essex Steamettes
(our girls only STEAM group)

 

Instagram:

Southend Tech
(no private messages)

 

Location / Transport

The library is located in the centre of Chelmsford near to the train station.

https://www.essexhighways.org/Transport-and-Roads/Getting-Around/Bus/Park-and-Ride.aspx

Chelmer Valley and Sandon Park and Ride buses drop you off outside the Library and are convenient and low cost.

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Chelmsford+Library/@51.7343825,0.4675881,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x47d8e962855a2df3:0x6b7b8f48f655c033!8m2!3d51.7343792!4d0.4697768

Food

There are lots of shops in the town centre.
Feel free to come and go as you please, but we’ll have a 30 min lunch break at 1pm.

Raspberry Pi Safeguarding Policy

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Workshop Links

https://code.org/dance

https://machinelearningforkids.co.uk/#!/worksheets

https://hourofpython.trinket.io/storyteller#/welcome/1-start-here

https://go.joincyberdiscovery.com/challenges/

 

 

 

Southend Raspberry Jam 14

Southend Raspberry Jam 14

Sunday, 8 March 2020 10.30am-4pm
The Hive Enterprise Centre, Southend on Sea

A digital making tech festival in Southend with coding and tech activities to do, interesting talks and projects on show.

We’re looking for companies/people/children to show projects, give tech talks, help with workshops and other volunteering activities on the day.
Let us know on the booking form if you want to take part.

We’ll be doing more activities in Essex, so book an invite ticket if you can’t make it.

For all ages and abilities from families with children to IT/engineering professionals.
Part of the Raspberry Pi Big Birthday Celebrations, TechCityonSea and Essex 2020 Year of Science and Creativity.

Timetable

10am Preview and meetup for those doing talks, showing projects or helping/running workshops and marshaling.

Talks

10.30am Welcome talk/group photo
12pm Getting involved with Amateur Radio
12.30pm  Remote Control Model flying – how to get involved and technology involved in the sport – motors, servos, lipos etc.

1pm lunch break
1.30pm Swift on the Raspberry Pi
2pm Introduction to Python and Circuit Playground (sensors, lights etc.)
2.30pm Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash

Show / tell projects, drop in workshops

Remote Control model planes
Amateur Radio demos
Mini electro-etching

Essex Steamettes – the new girls group 10.30am-1pm :
Snap circuits / Hot Wires simple electronic circuits
Robot car and lights
Oh Bot Talking head robots
Bit:Bot – Microbit robot car and lights
Steady hand game
Reptile environmental monitoring system

 

Workshops

Please bring a charged laptop/tablet and power leads if you can, as there are only a few laptop computers which people will need to share.

11am-1pm

Dance Party workshop – Beginners 7yrs+
Choreograph dance moves and light effects to your favourite pop tunes.

https://code.org/dance

“Interactive Storyteller” – Intermediate to Advanced, 9yrs+
Create a story and make the story change each time it runs.
Then, remix the code to write your own story. Storyteller was created by New York Times bestselling author Miriam Peskowitz, based on her book Code Like a Girl. Awesome for people who like to write.

https://hourofpython.trinket.io/storyteller#/welcome/1-start-here

1pm  Lunch break

1.30pm Moon Lander Hackathon – Beginner 7yrs+ or Intermediate to Advanced 11yrs+

Follow instructions to create a moon lander and then take a number of challenges to investigate and extend your project.

https://moonhack.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Moonhack2019Scratch_v6.pdf

https://moonhack.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/moonhackPython2019_v3.pdf

2.30pm CyberSecurity – Advanced, 11yrs+

https://go.joincyberdiscovery.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raspberry Pi Safeguarding Policy

 

The Hive Enterprise Centre is donating the venue hire charges as part of TechCityonSea.

Southend Coding Meetup

Weekly in person meetings have now restarted on Monday evenings
(alternating Southend Coding Meetup/Southend on Sea Linux User Group fortnightly)

Weekly Mondays 7pm-8.30pm, over 18s
The Old Waterworks, North Road, Southend

We learn new things, share our projects and have fun with hardware like Raspberry Pi, Microbit, Arduino, robotics etc.

Please be considerate of attendees’ health regarding COVID:
Continue to social distance, use the sanitisers provided and wear face masks when walking around the building, as well as checking in and out.

Over 18s are also invited to join us for Southend Tech Meetup which is held 7-9pm on the first Thursday of the month at The Old Waterworks covering a wider range of tech related topics, occasional talks, more networking and suitable for non coders. We are inviting tech talks, please contact us.

 

Location

The venue is located on the junction of North Road / Chelmsford Avenue. Don’t go in the building site entrance on the junction (next to the Muslim building). Use the pedestrian entrance just next to it or the free car park entrance is further towards the BP garage.

See here for location details and free parking.

 

Future Plans:

Hackathons, Tech Festivals, Young Digital Makers

Zoom Meeting details

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88554338383?pwd=MVp4YWtVYmhhbkZxVWI2ZmhDRWJsUT09

We look forward to seeing you.

Previous events and details

 

 

March 2020 – Thomas Chaplin demoed his currency converter built in React. https://www.thomaschaplin.me/currency-convertor/

 

https://support.microbit.org/support/solutions/articles/19000053392-how-do-i-play-a-midi-instrument-on-the-micro-bit

Thursday 3rd October 2019 6pm-10pm
3D design, printing, modelling, rendering, VR/AR, 360 photos/video, immersive experiences

App discussed https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.electricnoirstudios.deadmansphone&hl=en_GB

Thursday 5th September 2019 6pm-10pm
The Old Waterworks, North Road/Chelmsford Avenue
“Project Management” by Allison Coucher.
Allison is a Senior Project Manager at Sky. With over 20 years experience in technology managing technical deliverables she will explain the skills, qualifications and details of project management

Thursday 1st August 2019
Talks: Beginners guide to building and marketing a website on social media

4th July – digital skills, learning to code / ed tech / Raspberry Pi / Microbit with teachers/educators, etc. at The Old Waterworks…

Thursday 6th June 2019 6pm-10pm
Talks by women in tech

iSocialCircle – creating a startup to connect people offline.
Hephzi Tagoe – feeding the biotech pipeline with skills for the future.
Maria Solecki – effective writing for web traffic, conversion and SEO.
Dorothy M0LMR – tech skills through amateur radio.
CocaCoder – image recognition

https://twitter.com/MariaSolecki/status/1136210652282929153

https://twitter.com/iSocialCircle/status/1135509308689604610

Thursday 7th March 2019

Post Jam meetup
Here is the link for the electric car conversion one of the members discussed.

Thursday 7th February 2019
Southend Borough Council’s Proposed Data Warehouse / consultation (postponed from November)
Southend Borough Council is building a Data Warehouse to underpin the Council’s Smart City Intelligence Hub and publish Open Data and is looking for input from the local community to help shape its design and uses.
Find out from the council’s SQL DBA / Big Data Lead how this will enable new and improved public services, help solve social issues and how you could benefit commercially by using the data.

Thursday 3rd January 2019 6.30pm-10.00pm
7 min lightning talks
Docker – Matthew
Hackathons – Edmund – local hackathons to come
Learning to code as an adult – Jen
Software testing – Lewis

Raspberry Jam Tech Festival – Andy, Southend Tech
Parking IoT project
Project Beeswax – IoT pollination project – Andy, Simulsystemsltd

 

https://twitter.com/LewisCowles1/status/1080944143428448256

Docker BBC Emulator instructions:
1. Install Docker
2. docker run –name bbc -d -p 5920:5920 -v <some directory on your host>/bbcmicro/ssd:/home/bbcmicro/ssd elminster/b2:latest
3. Copy a BBC disk image (.ssd file to <some directory on your host>/bbcmicro.ssd)
4. Using a VNC Client connect to localhost:5920
5. File->Drive 0->Disc Image-><select ssd file from bbcmicro/ssd directory>
6. shift + brk will load the disc image. On my Mac this maps to shift + f11. See tools->Keyboard Layout for key mappings from BBC keyboard to your machine.

 

Guitar code here:
https://github.com/whaleygeek/microbit-midi-guitar/tree/master/version2

Video of version 1 guitar as mentioned by David is here :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIrDqJhOlls

Microsoft Hololens showing mixed reality (interacting with virtual object which appears in real space) and Occulus Go.

Drones were also given instructions to fly using computer code.

The drones also have cameras live streaming. These photos were take from the drone. (Twitter reduces quality and resolution so raw photos are better.)

 

 

Members took part in the #ChallengeDementia Hackathon with Essex County Council and one idea developed went on to win £5,000.

3rd May 2018 – Salesforce and #DL100 cross collaboration in Southend #TechCityonSea

5th April 2018 Talk – Making Tech Simple

Making tech simpler for users is about avoiding unnecessary complexity, walking before you try to run, and getting a good nights sleep because things handle themselves. Covering UX, WordPress & SystemsArchitecture.
Also #ChallengeDementia and council systems discussion.

 

https://www.lewiscowles.co.uk/making-tech-simple/

 

Thursday 1st March 2018 – cancelled due to snow.

Thursday 1st February 2018 7pm-9pm
The Old Waterworks, Southend

7.00 pm – Arrival
7.30 pm -Talk by Damian – IoT in business
Andy Lewis, SimulSystems Ltd – Easy programming IBM Watson Machine Learning AI and Scratch
8.30 pm – Networking
9.00 pm – Suggested departure.

https://twitter.com/LewisCowles1/status/959305654274961408

https://twitter.com/LewisCowles1/status/959319149947191296

 

Thursday 2nd November, The Old Waterworks, Southend
Talk – Artificial Intelligence Ethics” – Andy Lewis, SimulSystems Ltd

 

 

Chelmsford Raspberry Jam 4

Sat 7th December 2019 11am-3pm
Chelmsford Library
Market Road
Chelmsford
CM1 1QH

A girls only STEAM based Raspberry Jam.

Code a Dance Party 11am-12pm – Beginners

Code a Dance Party to share with your friends. Featuring Katy Perry, Madonna, J. Balvin, Sia, Keith Urban, Ciara, and 25 more!

Link

Create interactive works of art 11am-12pm – Intermediate to Advanced

Create interactive works of art inspired by famous artists using Processing coding.

Link

Do your bit for nature 12pm-1pm Beginners to Advanced

Work in a team to combine creativity and technology to create solutions for the Global Goals “Life on land” and “Life below water” using the Microbit.

Link

Frozen with Anna and Elsa 1.30pm-2.30pm Beginners

Code with Anna and Elsa as they explore the magic and beauty of ice. You will create snowflakes and patterns as you ice-skate and make a winter wonderland that you can then share with your friends !

Link

Interactive Storyteller 1.30pm-2.30pm Intermediate to Advanced

Use Python code to create a story and make the story change each time it runs. Then, remix the code to write your own story. Storyteller was created by New York Times bestselling author Miriam Peskowitz, based on her book Code Like a Girl. This hour of code is awesome for people who like to write.

Link

Drop in activities 11am-3pm unstructured activities for people to drop in or work on for longer as they wish with less supervision or bring their own.

Code the OhBot robot to talk, move and change eye colours using simple Scratch like block. Can you work out how to use the Python interface ?

Link

Ozobots: Start coding screen-free, by drawing Color Codes that tell your Ozobot what to do. Color Codes teach basic coding concepts like cause/effect, critical thinking, and debugging. Can you work out how to use the Scratch programming interface ?

Electrical Circuit bending – play with batteries, motors, wires, LEDs

Bring your own tech – Feel free to bring laptop, tablet, phone, lego robotics, Sphero, Snap circuits, Harry Potter Wand, Kano, Rasperry Pi/Microbit/Ardiuno, projects, Cosmo/ Vector robots, VR headsets, 3D printers etc. to work on, show others, teach others and collaborate with, discover more advanced things it can do, get help from others.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

You can attend all or part of the day.

Raspberry Jam Safeguarding

 

Directions

Chelmsford Library is located in the centre of Chelmsford close to the railway station.
There is a park and ride scheme which is easy to use and drops you outside the library. £1.50 for adults and £1 for children

Feel free to bring food / drink.