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INTEGRATED CODING, MECHATRONICS and ROBOTICS SUMMER CAMP (MON. 1 JULY – FRI. 5 JULY 2019)

£395.00

Dates: Monday 1 July until Friday 5 July inclusive.

 

Time: From 9:00 am until 3:30 pm (registration opens at 8:40 am and closes at 8:55 am).

 

Age: 9 to 14. STRICTLY FOR CHILDREN AGED 9-14. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE. (children are organised into separate groups according to their age and level of knowledge).

 

Location: Chemical Engineering building. Imperial College Road. SW7 2AZ.

 

Level: All levels of knowledge are welcome.

 

Lunch: Children bring their packed lunch, a few snacks and enough water for the day.

 

Children will be participating in a variety of demonstrations, group activities and practical experiments and will learn about exciting and enriching topics. Children learn through a hands-on approach and are welcome to take home any objects they have made throughout the week. See more details below.

 

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The emphasis is on fun, yet we inspire learning about concepts through dialogue and questioning.

We will be offering brand new programmes for each week in summer.

 

***PLEASE NOTE THAT TOPICS AND/OR THE ORDER OF THE TOPICS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE***

 

 

Monday 1 July: The BEETL3 Robot and Motion Primitives

Children will use Lego Mindstorms EV3 robotics to complete navigation tasks. Your child will be introduced to the hardware and software components of EV3 before progressing to a series of tasks to reinforce concepts.

 

 

Tuesday 2 July: Design your own Thermometer

In this mechatronics-based day, children will use Arduino to assemble and code their own thermometer. Children will be introduced to the C++ coding language, the programme structure before assembling a circuit on a breadboard.

 

 

Wednesday 3 July: Creating Games with Python

Children will learn the fundamentals of Python including its syntax, if statements, while loops and more before they progress to designing a simple game using Python. Children will test their game with other children.

 

 

Thursday 4 July: The Touch Sensor

In this session, children will continue to utilise EV3 robotics as they learn and make use of the touch sensor. Children will be set challenges including programming the robot to stop when the touch sensor is activated.

 

 

Friday 5 July: Avoid the Traffic Jam

Using Arduino, children will assemble a circuit using LEDs and program them to blink. Children will progress to more challenging tasks by amending the intervals that the LEDs blink. Children will gain an insight into how traffic lights work.

 

 

We offer 10% discount on siblings booking and multiple bookings.
Any days booked individually will be charged at £90.00 per child.

 

 

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