Young Roboteers 2024

Saint Mary's Church Tamerton Foliot Holiday Club for Young Makers

Calling all young makers and creators aged between 7-12 years of age.  Join us for an exciting and fun filled 3 mornings at the Young Roboteers Club.


🗓️ Dates: 20th to 22nd August 2024 (Inclusive)


Time: 1000 - 1400

📍 Location: Saint Mary's Church Hall 

What to expect 

🤖 Build Simple Robots

Get hands-on experience in building and programming simple robots.


🎯 Complete Robot Challenges

Test your creations with fun and engaging challenges.


💻 Learn to Code
Discover the basics of coding in a playful and interactive way.


🧶 Craft Adventures
Enjoy a variety of crafts including:


No Experience Necessary!
All activities are designed for beginners. Whether you're new to making or have some experience, there's something for everyone.


Everything is Free!
All resources and materials will be provided at no cost.


Why Join?


Please note that we are limited to a maximum of 20 children attending the week,  once all places are allocated we will place any further bookings on a waiting list.  Please only book if your child can attend all three of the morning sessions.

How to Book a place 

Please ensure you read the behavior code page and explain to your child/children the rules in a language that they will understand. At the start of each session they will be briefed on the code.  Then follow the link to the Booking Page above.

Who will be running this club

My name is Stephen  I am a retired lecturer who worked at City College Plymouth running the Level 3 video game development course where I specialised in programming, design and 3D modelling.  At the College I also ran an after hours coding club, workshops in the College for the primary schools in Devonport area these included using scratch. and Unity game engine.  My hobbies are programming in python and java script, 2d game development, flight simulation(currently building a cockpit) and making interface controls using with Raspberry Pi and Arduino and BBC micro bit controllers.