How Does It Feel To Be Loved? Virtual Dance Party with guest DJ Helen Love

How Does It Feel To Be Loved? is a monthly London club playing indiepop, tamla motown, northern soul, girl groups and sixties heartbreak.

While everyone is on lockdown and self-isolating, we’re running virtual dance parties, so we can feel connected and dance to our favourite indie pop and soul songs in our living rooms. Stock up on your favourite tipple, push the furniture to the walls, turn up the volume, and join us in a virtual party!

We’re very pleased that we’ll be joined this week by Helen Love, who has put together an hour guest DJ for us. Her set will run from 11pm for an hour.

Find out more on the Facebook event page.

Date: Saturday 30th May
Time: 9:00pm to 2:00am

Past event – Mobile App Development: Summer Term – live on Zoom

We run robotics and coding classes, camps and clubs in the UK, for children aged 7 and above. Our goal at Code Kids is to make computer science hands-on, fun, relevant and educational.

This online Summer Term allows you to create mobile apps for both Android and iOS. You can programme powerful functionality into your design and upload your amazing creations to the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store.

All of our courses must be booked in advance.

You can find out more on the event page.

Date: Wednesday and Saturdays until Saturday 4th July
(during half term break there will be no sessions: Monday 25th May to Sunday 31st May).
Times:
Wednesdays – 6:45pm to 7:45pm
Saturdays – 1:15pm to 2:15pm

Minecraft Redstone: Summer Term – live on Zoom

We run robotics and coding classes, camps and clubs in the UK, for children aged 7 and above. Our goal at Code Kids is to make computer science hands-on, fun, relevant and educational.

Learn about electricity, circuits and electronics using Minecraft Redstone! Redstone components like levers are just like switches on real-world devices and redstone dust is laid down in the game like electrical wiring.

Discover how to use Redstone to create virtual logic gates, resistors, transistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, and sensors. Use these along with other components like pistons to build amazing mechanisms and self moving machines!

All of our courses must be booked in advance.

You can find out more on the event page.

Date: Wednesday and Fridays until Friday 3rd July
(during half term break there will be no sessions: Monday 25th May to Sunday 31st May).
Times:
Wednesdays – 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Fridays – 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Game Design: Summer Term – live on Zoom

We run robotics and coding classes, camps and clubs in the UK, for children aged 7 and above. Our goal at Code Kids is to make computer science hands-on, fun, relevant and educational.

Our Game Design course teaches you how to think like a professional game creator. Children learn to use popular game making engines to create thrilling 2-D games. We also cover techniques such as graphic design, adding game behaviours, creating game maps, and using asset packs (reusing game objects created by other students). We also show children how to play games responsibly, and how to successfully publish games online.

All of our courses must be booked in advance.

You can find out more on the event page.

Date: Wednesday and Thursdays until Thursday 2nd July
(during half term break there will be no sessions: Monday 25th May to Sunday 31st May).
Times:
Wednesdays – 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Thursdays – 4:15pm to 5:15pm

Python 2 Coding: Summer Term – live on Zoom

We run robotics and coding classes, camps and clubs in the UK, for children aged 7 and above. Our goal at Code Kids is to make computer science hands-on, fun, relevant and educational.

Python Coding 2 is suitable for students who have either completed our Python Coding 1 course or who have experience coding in Python. It is designed for late primary to secondary aged students who are looking to take their Python programming skills to the next level.

All of our courses must be booked in advance.

You can find out more on the event page.

Date: Tuesdays and Saturdays until Saturday 4th July
(during half term break there will be no sessions: Monday 25th May to Sunday 31st May).
Times:
Tuesdays – 6:45pm to 7:45pm
Saturdays – 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Virtual Reality Coding: Summer Term – live on Zoom

We run robotics and coding classes, camps and clubs in the UK, for children aged 7 and above. Our goal at Code Kids is to make computer science hands-on, fun, relevant and educational.

Virtual Reality coding: create content and build highly interactive virtual reality 3-D worlds. Virtual Reality is rapidly gaining popularity in industry and education as a new way to share information, to control physical robots, or to deliver deep and interactive educational content.

All of our courses must be booked in advance.

You can find out more on the event page.

Date: Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays until Saturday 4th July
(during half term break there will be no sessions: Monday 25th May to Sunday 31st May).
Times:
Tuesdays – 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Fridays – 4:15pm to 5:15pm
Saturdays – 1:15pm to 2:15pm

Python 1 Coding: Summer Term – live on Zoom

We run robotics and coding classes, camps and clubs in the UK, for children aged 7 and above. Our goal at Code Kids is to make computer science hands-on, fun, relevant and educational.

The Python Level 1 course is designed for late primary to secondary aged students who are looking to learn to code using a proper “grown-up” programming language. All of our courses must be booked in advance.

Students will learn to code in Python and create fun games and useful applications. Python is particularly suitable for this age group because it is concise, easy to read and has multiple applications in the real world (web development, app development and other scientific uses such as data science). It is the most popular programming language in the world and is widely used by all the leading tech companies such as Google, Amazon and Facebook.

This class is a great introduction to both fundamental coding concepts and the Python programming language. After this course, students will be comfortable coding in Python and have the confidence to extend their knowledge at home.

You can find out more on the event page.

Date: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays until Saturday 4th July
(during half term break there will be no sessions: Monday 25th May to Sunday 31st May).
Times:
Mondays – 6:45pm to 7:45pm
Wednesdays – 4:15pm to 5:15pm
Thursdays – 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Saturdays – 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Scratch Coding: Summer Term – live on Zoom

We run robotics and coding classes, camps and clubs in the UK, for children aged 7 and above. Our goal at Code Kids is to make computer science hands-on, fun, relevant and educational.

Scratch is the world’s most popular programming language for primary school children. Scratch’s visual coding blocks makes it particularly useful to learn coding concepts and computational thinking. More experienced children can also benefit from Scratch as we will cover more advanced aspects of the language. In this course, children will be learn to create stories; bring animations to life; code musical instruments; design exciting games; and control robots such as Lego EV3 or Sphero.

All of our courses must be booked in advance.

You can find out more on the event page.

Date: Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays until Saturday 4th July
(during half term break there will be no sessions: Monday 25th May to Sunday 31st May).
Times:
Mondays – 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Tuesdays – 4:15pm to 5:15pm
Saturdays – 10:45am to 11:45am

Roblox Coding: Summer Term – live on Zoom

We run robotics and coding classes, camps and clubs in the UK, for children aged 7 and above. Our goal at Code Kids is to make computer science hands-on, fun, relevant and educational.

This course is designed for late primary to secondary aged students who are looking to learn to code using a proper “grown-up” programming language. All of our courses must be booked in advance.

Learn to code using your favourite gaming platform and develop fun Roblox games. Our Lua based code editor is particularly suitable for this age group because it is really easy to use and can be built up to more text-heavy coding once you get comfortable with the basics.

This Summer Term Class is a great introduction to both fundamental programming concepts and the Lua programming language. Lua is widely used as a scripting language by game developers across the world.

By the end of the course, the students will be comfortable programming and creating Roblox games and will have published at least one game on to Roblox, which could end up helping them make lots of Robux!

You can find out more on the event page.

Date: Fridays until Friday 3rd July
(during half term break there will be no sessions: Monday 25th May to Sunday 31st May).
Times: 6:45pm to 7:45pm

Data Science with Python: Summer Term – live on Zoom

We run robotics and coding classes, camps and clubs in the UK, for children aged 7 and above. Our goal at Code Kids is to make computer science hands-on, fun, relevant and educational.

This Python-based course is designed for confident coders aged 12 or over, looking to apply their programming knowledge to data science and machine learning. All of our courses must be booked in advance.

Students will be introduced to Interactive Python Notebooks, a tool used by professionals to write and present their code.

We will then look at the “Pandas” library, a useful tool that allows us easily to describe and manipulate large amounts of data. Throughout the course, we will be examining real life data sets, including modelling the recent COVID-19 pandemic!

We will then learn how to visualise our data by plotting graphs and spotting trends in the dataset. We’ll cover more useful libraries to add to our Data Science arsenal.

Finally, we will get a brief introduction to machine learning, the process of letting a computer recognise patterns and make predictions. In our case, this means recognising images that we give to it!

You can find out more on the event page.

Date: Thursdays and Saturdays until Saturday 4th July
(during half term break there will be no sessions: Monday 25th May to Sunday 31st May).
Times:
Thursdays – 6:45pm to 7:45pm
Saturdays – 3:45pm to 4:45pm