LEGO Once Again Team Up With RE: CODE London

The LEGO Group and RE: CODE London have teamed up once again to encourage kids to use LEGO® elements to design something which will help to protect London’s wildlife. During the workshops taking place this Monday, builder can combine LEGO bricks with digital functions to help learn a variety of things including robotics, coding and of course creativity. This unique link up is part of the Mayor of London’s National Park City Festival. The event is free to attend but tickets are required.


Part of the Mayor of London’s National Park City Festival

RE:CODE London gives young Londoners aged 8-11 the chance to take on a real-world coding challenge. The aim is to strengthen coding and creative problem-solving skills in children.

At each 90-minute session, children build, code and learn with LEGO robots to help tackle some of our city’s biggest challenges.
The theme of this event is protecting London’s wildlife. Children will explore wildlife in the city and learn the importance of a city that is rich with wildlife, where every child benefits from exploring, playing and learning outdoors.
Sign up to attend one of three 90-minute sessions:

  • 10am – 11.30am
  • 11.45am – 1.15pm
  • 2pm – 3.30pm

Please book a slot for every child attending, adults do not need to be booked onto the activity RE:CODE London is an award-winning partnership between the Mayor of London, the LEGO® Group, Raising Robots and the Institute of Imagination.
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