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YHGfL 2.0 – A new beginning

Until recently, YHGfL has worked largely through local authority colleagues and structures, providing services and resources in an extremely cost-effective way and saving significant sums of money in the process. However, the changes that have been affecting everyone in education over the past few years means that this model is no longer the most effective […]

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Games Britannia – Schools Videogame festival

March 5th, 2012 by Andrew

2 – 6 July 2012

Games Britannia is part of Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council’s annual Children’s Festival, staged at the awe-inspiring MAGNA Science Adventure Centre.

  • 5 days of hands-on interactive and inspiring workshops and lectures from leading figures in education and industry.
  • Fully inclusion workshop schedule – from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 5.
  • A fully engaged curriculum – Coding/Programmer/Computer Science, Art, Maths, Physics, English, Drama.
  • 750+ workshop places and 2000+ activity places – applications encouraged from schools across the country.
  • 250 CPD opportunities for teachers and educators to develop existing and new digital skills taking game creation back into the classroom.
  • Industry-lead careers surgeries, vital advice and guidance for schools and young people.

Games Britannia is set to be the education event of 2012.

Places are available NATIONALLY to all schools, colleges and further education establishments. They will do their best to accommodate all requests for workshops and activities. Make sure you get involved!

Please register your interest by completing the form on the website . Select all the areas of interest that you think your students and teachers may apply for.

Click below for further information and to register.

http://www.gamesbritannia.com/2012/

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