Spring Bank Minecraft activity opportunity

Are you looking for a fun activity to keep your primary age pupils entertained during the Spring Bank holidays? The Curriculum Innovation team are running 4 Minecraft meets on Wed 31 May & Thu 1 June at The Innovation Centre, in Bradford.

The sessions are aimed at 6 -11 year olds & are £9.50 per child.

We will be delivering 2 exciting activities. The first is a treasure hunt - will you be the first to find all 10 hidden quest objects and win the game? In the second we will teach you how to program a robot in Minecraft and then use it to compete in a mega obstacle course race!

As a memento of the day you will be given a free photo of you in a Minecraft world to take away with you and a special souvenir. You do not need to bring any equipment along - all resources and laptops will be provided. There is no need for parents/guardians to stay - all our staff are DBS registered and the sessions are led by experienced classroom practitioners, but if you feel more comfortable remaining on the premises we have a space where you can wait.

The meets are being held on Wednesday 31st May and Thursday 1st June and are repeated four times with the same session on Wednesday morning, Wednesday afternoon, Thursday morning and Thursday afternoon. Please use the 'Select a different date' option on the right hand menu to select the date and time you would like to attend.

If your child is a Minecraft enthusiast then this will represent the ideal activity for the half term.

To book your place please click here.

Note - please use the 'Select a different date' option on the right hand menu to select the date and time you would like to attend.


Information

Published: 11/05/2017
Audience: All Primary School staff
Contact: Sarah Hawkins

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