Try your hand at jamming with a Raspberry Pi at the Norwich Science Festival! Raspberry Pis are small, affordable computers, just right for project building, DIY projects and learning to code. This year we’ll be offering three workshops: two for younger ‘pips’ and one for grown-ups to have a go!
10:30-11:15: Lights and sounds – age 7+
Ready, set, go! This coding starters’ workshop using Scratch – and a little bit more – will get you on the road to code.
11:45-12:30: Minecraft, music and make – age 7+
Tuneful building blocks in Python for intermediate coders and those just off the starting blocks, with a chance to compose a digital make.
13:30-14:15: Jam to your taste – age 15+
Find your way in Python with recipes for coding at all levels and all the ingredients for a digital build.
Dr Lisa Crossman is an Honorary Lecturer in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of East Anglia. In her spare time, one of her hobbies is coding… and she loves Raspberry Pi!
Friday 25 October
10.30am–11.15am, 11.45am–12.30pm, 1.30pm–2.15pm
Venue: Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
Cost: Free, booking required
Age: See above
Tickets will go off sale at 7pm the night before the event. For events at The Forum and Sir Isaac Newton, any remaining tickets will be available for sale on the day of the event at our ticket desk in the Atrium. For events at other venues, remaining tickets will be available to purchase, cash only, on the door 30 mins before the start time.
One ticket required per participant.
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