Ages 13+ FREE Computer Masterclasses

Urgent: I have been notified of of an opportunity for children aged 13+ to attend six FREE Royal Institution Computer Science workshops at the Ada National College for Digital Skills, Broad Lane, London N15 4AG on Saturdays commencing 05 May 2018. Below is the email received from my contact:

A last minute opportunity is available for keen young people to join the free Royal Institution Computer Science Masterclasses programme which is about to kick off at Ada National College for Digital Skills on the 5th of May.

RI Masterclasses offer students in-depth investigations of topics in computer science, combining theory with interactive exploration. The masterclasses are led by practitioners with experience in the application of computer science across a range of industries and academia. This year the programme at Ada College includes workshops on machine learning, modelling, e-Textiles and more.

The Masterclasses will take place on 5th, 12th and 19th May, 9th, 16th and 23rd June between 10:00AM and 12:30PM. Participating students are expected to attend all of the sessions.The Masterclasses are suited to students who respond well to challenge and who are well-motivated and curious about Computer Science.

To join the programme, students must be in Year 9 or Year 10 and must be able to attend all of the above dates.

We only have a few spare places, which due to the imminent start date will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. If you think your son or daughter would be interested in participating please contact to enquire.

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