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National Coding Week: Introduction to Electronics and Coding

Tuesday, September 14


Are you an aspiring young coder aged 11 to 15? Join the Smart Citizens for National Coding Week.

In this practical, step-by step workshop, you will take your first steps into to the world of electronics and coding and learn how to build smart devices with real-world uses.

With the help of friendly electronics expert, Lee, you will set up an Arduino kit which will include sensors and components such as LEDs, light sensors and microphones.

This free workshop is open to everyone in Plymouth (UK) and the surrounding region, aged 11 to 15 years. It is perfect for young beginners looking to experience the world of electronic and coding.

Book for free here.

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