Home Ed Involvement Needed

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Some may remember that a few of our kids were involved with the BBC and Wellcome Big Food Survey using the BBC micro:bit (the little gadget that does big things) last year. Well, the BBC has been in touch again to invite home ed kids to a new proposal in the works.

This time, it is an ambitious collaboration with the popular CBBC drama ‘Wolfblood‘ and they are offering some unique content and providing some fun and inspirational micro:bit based projects to appeal to, and be accessible to, a broad range of children. This content will be launched alongside the TX of the new series on the 27th February 2017.

The current live link of the first film setting the project up is HERE and the flyer is above.

Please make a date in your diary… there are apparently a lot of free resources available.

If you require more info or have questions you need me to pass on, please leave a comment or send me a private message via the contact page.

To find out more about the micro:bit, see the website.

Phoenix

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Tina Hawkins
    Feb 20, 2017 @ 22:14:37

    Is this open for home ed children who don’t live in London? If so I would like more information please.

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    • Phoenix
      Feb 20, 2017 @ 22:52:32

      Hi Tina, glad you found your way here. I’ve sent a request for more details to my contact. I’m assuming it’s web-based but ill get back to you shortly. Px

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