Join Leeds Libraries Virtual Code Club and change your world with Code!
Each month we will work with you to set challenges and invite you to online support and sharing sessions.
From February until April we bring you challenges relating to Do Your:bit and this year’s UN Global Goals:
Goal 3 – Good Health and Well-being,
Goal 13 – Climate Action
30 March – 27 April
Join us for our 3rd and final Do Your:bit challenge! We will be using Micro:bits to learn about folk festivals and natural crafting.
A May Day Hobby Horse is just one of the many strange costumes worn across the globe to celebrate our existence. And to quote Simon Costin, Director of the Museum of British Folklore: “One of the most important aspects of these celebrations is an appreciation of the power of nature, the seasons and the planet that keeps us all alive.”
Join in and create your own folky disguise using micro:bits and things found in our local environment.
You can reserve a BBC micro:bit to collect at one of our open Libraries for Free! Just search for ‘microbit’ within our catalogue. Leeds.gov.uk/libraries
For ages 7 – 11 years old.
You don’t need to be a coding expert to join in!
CityFibre, who are investing £120 million in Leeds to provide the next generation of full fibre gigabit capable broadband, will be gifting £20 gift cards for shop.pimoroni.com for everyone who completes 3 challenges! To find out more about connecting to full fibre broadband in your area, visit www.cityfibre.com/your-street
Further instructions on how to join in will be sent with your event confirmation.