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Arduino Coding Workshop

Dates: 8th & 22nd September 10:00am - 1pm

Interested in coding and robotics? Explore how robotics work and learn how to code an Arduino with these fun hands on workshops.

These workshops will be taught by David Kempton, expert Computer Programmer and STEM Ambassador with Reading University.

Price per child £50* (£45* for children whose household has a Family/Club Level Membership). Suitable for 11-15 year olds.

*if you have an Arduino already you will need to bring this along to the workshop or you can purchase one for an additional £5.00 as part of the course.

Two saturday morning workshops suitable for 10-14 year olds, limited to 12 children, so book early to avoid missing out!

To book or find out more details, phone 01932 857381 ext. 257 or email [email protected]

Propeller Shop

If you would like to be put on the list for future dates please email [email protected]

Discover the skills used by experts to build the aircraft of the past at Brooklands and build your very own mini wooden propeller with an inserted clock to take home and display. Over the two hands-on sessions, learn to mark and measure as well as how to use a fret saw, sanders, spoke shaves and a variety of other tools under adult supervision.

Workshop lead by David Free, presenter of the TV show “The Great British Woodshop” with over 40 years of woodwork experience.

Price per child £50 (£45 for children whose household has a Family/Club Level Membership). Suitable for 11-15 year olds, limited to 12 children.

Build it at Brooklands

If you would like to be put on the list for future dates please email [email protected]

These workshops use Brooklands as a backdrop to discover more about some of the pioneers of the 20th Century and the science behind what they built. We will be building and testing structures inspired by the Vickers Wellington and Members Bridge as well as exploring simple machines and the important role they play in construction.

Each session will involve fun, hands-on experiments to inspire new inventions. Suitable for 9-13 year olds, limited to 12 children.

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