Want to learn to code drones and complete flying challenges?
This drop-in hands-on Code-A-Drone activity teaches you the power of coding in a fun and creative (and safe) environment.
You’ll learn how to code a mini-drone to take off, fly, turn, do stunts and land safely. Once the training is complete you will get three chances to complete our drone flying assault course. The person with the highest score at the end of the day will be crowned Code-A-Drone champion.
When? Where? How Much?
6th October 2018, 10am-3pm
Holmes Chapel Library
29 London Rd,
This workshop is FREE of charge. No need to book just turn up on the day to take part.
Who is this drone activity for:
We suggest a minimum age of 8 for this workshop. If you’re not quite old enough why not see if an adult up can stay and help you during the session. No previous coding or drone flying experience is necessary.
What you’ll learn:
– How to write fundamental block code.
– How to plot and code a drone flight path.
– Complete flying challenges.
What you will leave with:
You will also receive a certificate and pin badge that shows you have successfully completed this drone activity and you are a certified MakoCreater.
Equipment you’ll need:
All equipment will be provided on the day for the drone activity, you just need to bring yourself.
Photos From Previous Code-A-Drone Activities: