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  • Discover Our Tech Camps In London

    Discover Our Tech Camps In London

    Do you have a child that loves technology and could make a career of it in the future?

    If you’re looking for a holiday camp in London, why not choose Tech Camps to help them develop their skills?

    Whether you’re looking for residential or day camps, Tech Camps offer both these options in London and a variety of other locations.

    We offer a massive range of tech camps, including those for children interested in building robots, learning code or designing computer games. We are the original tech camps for children aged 9-17, with our expert tutors having studied at the UK’s leading institutions. They can help them develop skills that could be a real help in the future.

    An experience like no other in the UK.

    Giving the opportunity to meet other like-minded children, these holiday camps enable them to get creative like never before. Although bookings for the 2017

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  • Our Drone Building Camp In Winchester

    Our Drone Building Camp In Winchester

    Drones have come a long way since they were used purely for military use and are now one of the most popular ways to capture unique and often breath-taking pictures. Bizarrely, they’ve also been used to deliver pizzas and by farmers, for aerial views of their crops.

    Many children love drones and the idea of experimenting with them. If this sounds like your boy or girl, why not bring them along to our Drone Building Camp?

    With Tech Camp, children can learn how to build both robots and games, including Quadcopters , which are a type of drone.

    Our quadcopter building course is suitable for all campers aged 13+, irrespective of experience. It is ideal for any child interested in learning the fundamentals of aerodynamics, including flight stabilisation and the physics of quadcopters.

    The course takes place in Winchester and involves building a quadcopter, practising using a computer simulator and learning

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  • Exciting Game Design Classes For Children

    Exciting Game Design Classes For Children

    Would your child love to learn the art of game design?

    It goes without saying, the tech industry has never been bigger and is likely only to grow in the future. If you have a child interested in game design, this could be a potentially exciting career path for them to pursue once they grow up.

    If you’re looking to ways to encourage children to develop their skills, Tech Camp offer a range of exciting coding and computer engineering camps. There’s no better way to make the most of their summer than help to grow one of their biggest passions.

    Whether your child would love to design a robot, learn skills in coding, design games or discover more about electronics, Tech Camp can make it happen.

    Our courses take place at many of the UK’s leading institutions, teaching children aged 9-17 a range of skills that could incite a passion

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  • Laser Tag Developments

    Laser Tag Developments

    We’ve been tinkering with a new addition to our laser tag course.  The new system is pretty advanced but we wanted campers to go home with a simpler way of controlling it that doesn’t need a WiFi connection.  We’ve recreated a version of our previous hand-held controller box that can be used to start and stop games, and even act as team bases for capture the flag.  Campers doing the laser tag course will be building two of these each this year!

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  • Which programming language first?

    Which programming language first?

    Here at Tech Camp we are often asked which programming language to learn first - it can be a very confusing subject with so many options and opinions out there! Choosing the right starting point is very important especially when it comes to children - choosing something too easy for a certain age can result in boredom, and then a lack of motivation and interest to continue. It is also entirely possible to choose something too difficult to get to grips with, which can result in a loss of enthusiasm or long term 'phobia' of coding in general. It is important to remember that although there are many languages out there that are well regarded and described as 'industry standard', they often do not have enough introductory material and tutorials available to make them easy enough to learn as a first language.

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