Monday January 27, 2020

School’s not out for summer

The end of the school term doesn’t necessarily mean that pupils have to be kept away from technology.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
23rd May, 2015
15
YMCA TechSpace helps students create short films to be shown in local cinemas and on YouTube

The summer presents a challenge for young people looking to stimulate their interest in all aspects of technology.

Nationwide programmes like CoderDojo are typically linked to the school year. Once the holidays hit, however, many of these programmes shut up shop until school restarts in the autumn.

For parents with tech-savvy children, it is difficult to find opportunities to stimulate their minds during the summer months. CoderDojo has made some moves to accommodate students shortly...

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