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SPECIALEVENTS

You'll find us running our award-winning activities for children and families at science and technology festivals and many other public events.

 

Find out what we can offer!

PAST EVENTS

Children brought along a parent, grandparent or other adult caregiver to introduce them to their world of creative technology.

 

The aim was to break down some of the technological barriers that can exist between the generations and show how children today are using computers as producers, not just consumers.

An event encouraging children to bring along a parent, grandparent or other adult caregiver and explore the world of creative technology together. 

 

The aim was to break down some of the technological barriers that can exist between the generations and also show the benefits of using computers together as producers, not just as consumers.

LET'S CREATE TOGETHER

DIGITAL EDUCATION AWARD WINNER

BRIGHTON DIGITAL FESTIVAL

A unique event that has sold out every year at this celebration of Women in Digital Culture.

 

Girls and their mothers (or other female adult mentors) take part in creative technology workshops including Minecraft EDU, Lego robotics and stop-motion animation.

Mother & DAUGHTER 

WORKSHOPS

SPRING FORWARD FESTIVAL

Designed alongside local chocolatiers CocoaMonkey, students learned about the history of chocolate along with the chemistry of its production, including crystal formation and tempering. Plus, they made their own chocolate confections!

chocolate laboratory

COMMUNITY AWARD WINNER

BRITISH SCIENCE WEEK

Developed alongside music technologist Rosa Fox, these workshops provided young people with an introduction to coding with Sonic Pi and digital music composition.

The resulting tracks were entered as part of the students' national Arts Awards.

Music makers with sonic pi

GRASSROOTS AWARD WINNER

BRIGHTON DIGITAL FESTIVAL

Girls were invited to attend workshops featuring robotics, computer game development, digital music, animation and engineering challenges. They also had the chance to meet local women working in the engineering industry and explore potential career paths.

GIRLS IMAGINEER THE FUTURE

UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN IN ENGINEERING DAY

Enabling children's participation in a virtual palaeontology dig, these workshops held at the Booth Museum of Natural History also integrated the handling of artefacts from the museum's fossil collection.

MINECRAFT DINO DIG

BOOTH MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

BRIGHTON SCIENCE FESTIVAL

need something extra special?

We work with organisations, companies and institutions to develop and deliver bespoke workshops for all ages.