Since 2014 HackLab has successfully run fully booked holiday tech camps for kids, in-school events and after school clubs. Previously running at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, the heart of Europe’s tech scene, it now comes to Brighton’s newly opened Barclays Eagle Labs on Mon 30 May – Fri 3 June.
Coding is now a vital element on the curriculum for all children over five. So from this summer, local kids will have the chance to harness the power of technology, thanks to this fantastic new initiative run by HackLab and Barclays Eagle Labs. Attendees at the camp will be taking full advantage of the new lab’s state-of-the-art equipment such as their 3D printers and laser cutters. Use discount code: BRIGHTONLAUNCH to get 15% off the cost of the camp (one-time use and applicable only to our Brighton camp).
HackLab was set up by Mark Calleja, an Ofsted ‘outstanding’ teacher with a passion for what tech can do, and Pippa Moss who has a background in education management. All of their staff have many years of experience in the tech industry between them for the children to benefit from, and are fully DBS checked of course. They offer a creative learning environment, where children aged 8-16 are encouraged to embrace their inner hacker; by stepping through the looking glass and taking charge of technology through open-ended projects utilising industry leading technologies.
Go to www.thehacklab.uk to book your place!