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Get your computer chatting .. and let’s make some stuff!

Last week the Scratch team built a great Ghostbusters projects and we have more of the same this week.  Our Scratch session this Saturday will be dedicated to building a Chatbot. This introduces our class to decision trees and does so in a fun way. They will be using a sprite with multiple costumes which […]

Catching Ghosts, more Roblox and getting in the spirit

This Saturday at 4:00pm we’ll be running one of our favourite Scratch classes: Ghostbusters! It starts introducing our young students to the concept of game mechanics (which some of them already understand really well) and how Scratch can be used to build games. It’s also a great introduction to User Interaction (UX) and shaping a […]

Lost in Space and more Roblox

Our new Scratch class started with a bang last week. Well, it wasn’t quite a bang, but it was pretty noisy anyway as out new students learnt all about sprites, costumes and how to play sounds with Scratch. This Saturday at 4:00 pm we’ll be continuing with our next Scratch class ‘Last in Space’ which […]

New Scratch class and more Roblox Scripting

This Saturday we’ll be starting a brand new Scratch class at 16:00. Ths new cohort will be looking at what Scratch is all about, and using it to create a Rock Band. It’s a pretty noisy class to be in, but a great way to start learning the ins and outs of Scratch. This will […]

Isle of Man Code Club wins Award for Excellence

I’m delighted to announce that the Isle of Man Code Club has been awarded an Award for Excellence in the Digital Champions category. First of all, a massive thank you to everyone who’s been involved in the creating, supporting and running of Code Club. It’s amazing that something which started as an idea has managed […]

HTML, Roblox and more Scratch at Code Club

This Saturday at 4:00pm we’ll be having our last lesson in our HTML/CSS class, where we’ll be getting a little taste of Javascript and creating a pixel editor together. It’s the most advanced class in this series and hopefully will encourage our students to continue down the path they have started. At 5:00pm we’ll be […]

HTML Magazines and Roblox Scripting

Now that the mid-term holidays are well and truly over, Code Club is back in full swing with a full programme of activities for this Saturday. At 4:00pm we have the next in our HTML/CSS course, a lesson that sees our students creating a magazine layout using HTML. Like all the Code Club projects, it’s […]

Cybercenturion Update – Round 1

We have an update from Adam about how the Isle of Man team got on in Round 1 of the Cybercenturion competition: Today (this was posted on Saturday), as I am sure most of you know, was round 1 of CCIV. We did extremely well, with me & Jack scoring 94 (19/20) on the Windows 7 […]

Linked Rooms and CyberPatriot session

We’re getting ready for another session at Code Club this week, though some of us are away due to the school mid-term holidays. However, the HTML/CSS class will be going ahead as planned (Thank you Andrew) with the class working on a module called Linked Room. It uses HTML to create a simple ‘adventure game’ […]

An HTML Sunrise

We’re progressing with our HTML/CSS class this Saturday at 4:00pm with a new HTML project called Sunset. Last week we looked at CSS classes for styling divs, including colours, gradients and all sorts of border effects and the class had a great time creating badges. This week we’ll be looking at HTML animation effects and […]