Introductory Course – Final Project

Another series of courses come to an end at Bishop Wordsworth School today. The introductory coding courses walked the pupils through developing their own games in Scratch before making the leap to Python. For their final project, they had to code in Python their very own fruit machine, calculating odds and probability to work out their winnings. I’ve been really impressed by the different ways in which the task was tackled.

Coding slot machines in Python

They also leave with a number of guides to help them develop their skills further whilst also offering tips on how to publicise their creations.

First Coding, Coding Guides

 

January is Superhero Month

Happy New Year to everyone!

After the success of the spy themed projects last month, we’re continuing along a similar theme with January being Superhero Month. Don’t forget to check this┬áblog and our Facebook page regularly to see what projects we’ve been working on.

It’s an exciting time for First Coding as we launch our creative coding courses for children, be sure to check them out on the website: http://www.firstcoding.co.uk/courses

First Coding Salisbury - Superhero Month