Children can try programming

A research associate at the UCL Interaction Centre is working on a project that seeks to develop an accessible toolkit to enable children with different visual abilities to write basic computer programmes through the manipulation of physical objects. Would your child like to take part in a 2-hour session where, together with a peer of their choice, they will have the chance of interacting with the prototype and carrying out some music-based programming activities?

Please see flyer for details.