Chance for computer kids to learn proramming in a fun way

Children use FUZE
Children use FUZE

Kids can learn about computer programming in a fun way at The National Museum of Computing.

A team of FUZEliers is ready every weekend at the museum at Bletchley Park to show youngsters how to code using the FUZE platform.

They will introduce young coders to the FUZE, an electronic workstation powered by a Raspberry Pi and programmed using BASIC language.

Youngsters will be encouraged to develop their logical thinking in a fun way by programming robots and other devices. Any young visitor can drop in and be guided by a team of student FUZEliers. No previous experience is necessary.