We’re inviting Year 6 pupils from across Leeds for a two-hour creative coding workshop to create a game using the basics of coding, as well as discovering the amazing work of John Smeaton.
As part of LEEDS 2023’s Smeaton300 programme, we’ve partnered with Barclay’s Code Playground to offer a chance to develop learner skills relevant to the KS2 Computing Curriculum, as well as help teachers upskill in teaching coding.
Using the Scratch website, they will explore conditional selection and repetition in coding. At the end of the session your class will have a fully working game that they can customise and build on in their future computing lessons.
As a part of LEEDS 2023 Signature Project Smeaton300, Leeds Industrial Museum are hosting an opportunity for KS2 and KS3 pupils taking STEM to work alongside industry professionals and design an imaginary new public space in Leeds; Smeaton Park! Register today for an educational and fun day out, and see STEAM in action.
We’re hosting a conference inspired by John Smeaton for primary and secondary teachers. Focussing on STEAM education, and the importance of cross-curricular teaching and learning across STEM and the arts, it's open to all teachers across Leeds.