Cyber summer camps for kids are coming to Cheltenham

Code Ninjas is offering summer camps for cyber-savvy kids at Gloucestershire College in Cheltenham, this summer 2021.

From coding Minecraft to learning how to be a YouTuber, Code Ninjas is offering a series of cyber summer camps at Gloucestershire College during the 2021 summer holidays.

Guided by a team of Code Senseis, Code Ninjas Camps empower kids to gain valuable tech skills and make new friends – with week-long, half-day camps running from Monday 26 July to Friday 27 August at Gloucestershire College’s Cheltenham campus.

In the Minecraft camp, children can learn basic block-based coding to create content in their online world. Or, if they fancy themselves as a YouTuber, they can learn how to create and customise their own YouTube channel in the Become a YouTuber camp.

There’s also a LEGO camp where kids can make dancing robots; a working safe robot with password detection; a rhino robot and more, using LEGO Education Solutions to design and code the robots.

Other camps include learning how to use 3D printing and creating their own world in user-generated, online gaming platform Roblox.

Code Ninjas camps are suitable for children aged seven to 14-years-old and run from either 9.30am to 12.30pm, or from 1 to 4pm, on various weeks from Monday 26 July to Friday 27 August 2021 – with places costing £150 per child.

For more information, or to book a place, call Code Ninjas on 07903105216.

By Sophie Flowers

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Wednesday 16 June 2021

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