Project ID - TIS001055
Computer Club For Girls - We already run an after school coding club which is mainly attended by year 8-9 boys. We would like to set up a club aimed specifically at girls to encourage them to get involved in computer programming.


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Project offered at

Bangor Academy and 6th Form College
BANGOR
BT20 4TF

Contact

Martine Gilmore

Student Skills

Computing Student -male or female

Expected Pupil Outcomes

To introduce Yr 8-10 girls to the basics of computer programming using fun activities

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Interaction with yr 8-10 pupils in a classroom environment Mentoring of pupils Teaching of programming skills

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