Fancy turning your child into the ultimate inventor? London’s newest technology club for ages 9 to 13 – taking place at the beautiful Somerset House this November can help…
Go beyond coding, as they learn to use emerging technologies like 3D printing, the Internet of Things and laser cutters, to build robots, design videogames and create their own products from scratch.
Fresh from being named as one of the most creative companies in the UK by Creative England, MakerClub has been featured in The Times, Telegraph, Wired, BBC and TechCrunch – it’s simply the best regular technology clubs for under 16’s in the country.
Makerclub runs after-school clubs in Brighton (our hometown!), Birmingham, Bournemouth, Cambridge and now London.
The weekly sessions run from 5.30pm to 7pm at Makerversity, London’s most prestigious space for young makers and designers from Nov 2nd and every Wednesday after.
With amazing equipment on hand, expert tutors and all materials included, membership costs £69 for a month (one session a week), which includes their own laser cut membership card.
To celebrate, we’re offering 5 memberships at a 50% discount for the first month! With only 10 places available, you better be quick!
You can cancel your membership at any time and if you’d like to know anything else, check the website, or email mia AT makerclub.org.
Use the code robotdiscount when subscribing.
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