Computer science students in year 7 and year 8 recently took part in specially arranged STEM lesson. The students had fun using a small single board computer called a microbit. The school has purchased a full set of these ‘byte size’ computers and programming them is inspiring students to think about computer science in more interesting ways.
A specialist guest teacher from Giggleswick school in the UK (Alison Earnshaw) led 2 brilliant lessons.
Here the students can be seen having fun programming the microbits.
Alison said she was impressed with our students progress and motivation to learn more.
Mr Scales thanked Alison for her excellent lessons and promised to deliver a similar lesson to her students when he’s back in the UK.