New Scratch Season, Cybersecurity and lots more

Everyone’s back from the Summer holidays and getting ready for the next scholastic year, so we though it would be a good time to organise a new Scratch class. This is a beginner’s class, starting Saturday 8th September at 16:00, aimed at 8 to 12 year olds who have never coded before and are looking for a fun way to start learning. If you’re interested in joining us or have a child you’d like to sing up, please head down to CoderDojo and sign up: 

We’re also getting ready for this year’s edition of CyberCenturion, a cybersecurity competition for 12-18 year olds with an interest in cyber, defence, puzzles and code breaking. We’ve taken part in this contest over the last few years and have always managed to produce a decent result. It’s been fun, engaging and educational for everyone who took part. If you’re interested in finding out more and joining us, please drop me a line at

We also have a number of activities that older tech enthusiasts can enjoy. From 3D printers to Arduino kits, we have a number of projects investigating IOT, Robotics and Machine Learning we can help you get started with. So if you’re an adult looking for something new or a tech geek looking for company, come and join us for a fun-filled Saturday afternoon.

One other piece of news: Our friends down at Love Tech are running an ‘Introduction to Twine’ course, aimed at girls aged 12-18, where coding basics will be used for building an interactive story which can be published online or shared with friends and family. To learn more and sign up for the course, head down to: