There's lots to enjoy at Thurrock's libraries this February half-term!
Raspberry Pi, Scratch, Minecraft and Sonic Pi are all exciting new ways of getting creative with computers through coding. From gaming and electronics, to making your own music, these are just a few of the things you can do when you learn how to code.
Thurrock Libraries is offering another popular 'crash coding course' during the February half term for 9 to 11 year-olds and their parents.
There will be 4 sessions at Grays library. Places are limited and all children must be accompanied by a parent or carer during the session.
Tickets cost £5 for all 4 sessions or £2 for individual sessions. To sign-up, contact Grays library on 01375 413 976 or email email@example.com.
|Library||Date||Time and theme|
|Grays Library||Monday 18 February||11am to midday – Adventures in space with Scratch|
|Grays Library||Monday 18 February||Midday to 1pm – Zombies, creepers and chickens that moo with Minecraft coding|
|Grays Library||Thursday 21 February||11am to midday – Create your own music with Sonic Pi|
|Grays Library||Thursday 21 February||Midday to 1pm – Animation with the BBC Microbit|
Full of Beans
This fairytale adventure with a difference was made for ages 4 and over, but is suitable for everyone. These events are free – just turn up!
|Grays Library||Friday 22 February||11:30am to midday|
|Corringham Library||Friday 22 February||2pm to 2:30pm|