Many of our oldest alumni are now studying for degrees in tech subjects or have since found employment in the creative and digital sector, often with local companies.
We had to suspend sessions during Covid and while moving to our new HQ, but now we’re starting to get up and running again.
This weekend we invited a group of former students to a soft opening of ‘Teens Rebooted’. A variety of subjects were explored including old favourites like 3D design and printing and Lego robots, as well as Python programming, design for laser cutting and hand held console game design.
We also saw the return of Dr Aidan Delaney, a former lecturer in Computing and Mathematics at Brighton University, who ran our very first sessions back in 2013. It’s a pleasure to have you back Dr Aidan!
Our new space gives us more leeway to expand the frequency and variety of sessions, and we’re hoping that students will be exploring many more subjects such as Raspberry Pi, microcontrollers and sensors, electronics, robotics, web design and VR amongst others.
It’ll take a while for us to organise our resources and get up to full capacity, so spaces at these events will be limited for now.
Stay tuned for updates on our public sessions for young people aged 12-18.