Camps

creative computing classes Skerries presents:

The cccSkerries 2018 Summer Camps

 

Run by Sabine of cccSkerries.
Location: cccSkerries training room in Kelly’s Bay.

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Here is an overview of our remaining camps for 2018:

  • (**C07 Minecraft Camp Junior: The Survival Challenge!
    Going into 4th Class and younger.  TUE 31 Jul to FRI 3 Aug  10 a.m. – 1 p.m.**) Fully booked, waiting list only.
  • C08 Minecraft Camp Junior: The Survival Challenge. Going into 4th Class and younger
    Additional Minecraft camp, due to demand. 
    TUE 31 Jul to FRI 3 Aug 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    Spaces available.

  • C09 Intermediate / advanced Scratch: Create your own platform video game in 4 days!
    Going into 4th Class and older. Tue to Fri because of the Bank Holiday! Tue 7 Aug to Fri 10 Aug 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

    A great camp for all who have some previous Scratch experience. Get stuck into one project and bring it from idea to finished game (or animation)! Sabine will be just back from the International Scratch Conference in MIT, US, and expects to be brimming with ideas.
    Spaces available.

  • C12 What will our digital future be? Explore AI, Self-Driving Cars, Robots, Machine Learning through online research, debate & presentations:  Going into 5th Class & older / Mon 13 Aug to Thurs 16 Aug 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    What is already possible? Where are things going, as far as our digital future is concerned? Expect to be amazed, to find out about a number of areas, and to share your thoughts in various digital ways.

    Spaces available.

    On the last day of each camp, parents will be invited to join us for the last 20 minutes for a presentation of the participant’s work / explorations / creations.

Cost: €100 per participant per camp, including laptop rental.

Small groups (4-6 participants), relaxed atmosphere. Questions? Contact Sabine@cccSkerries.com
Book now with the booking form on this page (below), or go to the online form here.

Can’t come? How about an online coding course for parents and children?