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TiP Sessions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Clubs

TIP Sessions

TiP Sessions are aimed at primary aged children. Each half term we discover STEM in a new exciting topic.  No two sessions are the same as we build, code, experiment and construct in a range of hands on activities.

We aim to inspire and instill the foundations of STEM learning; creativity, co-operation,collaboration, tenacity, problem-solving and critical thinking, in a fun, friendly and engaging environment.

Children between eight and ten are welcome to stay in Sessions or can progress to the TiP Pro, if you'd like to discuss the best options your local sessions crew will be happy to discuss this with you. 

TIP Sessions PRO

TiP Pro follows the same outline as sessions however these two hour clubs are exclusively for 8+. This allows for more in-depth project development and discovery.

As well as investigating the current topic we also spend some of the session introducing basic coding. Using our Specialist Education Resources including Matata Lab, Scratch and LEGO Education® WeDo 2.0, children will develop an understanding of sequence, algorithm, debugging and advanced logic.

 

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Potential Themes;

Egypt. Ready Steady Go. Space. Secrets and Spies. Cooler Climates. The Ocean. Amazing Architecture.


Our Schedule

New trial locations are added throughout the term you can sign up to the waitlist for these classes; highlighted in bold Italics. These Sessions will run once a minimum of 5 children have signed up.

Spring Term 2019

TiP Sessions

Monday (Launching Jan’19)
Knaresborough - Chain Lane Community Hub
18:00-19:00

Tuesdays (Launching Jan’19)
Knavesmire Primary School
17:15 - 18:15

Wednesdays
Joseph Rowntree School
18:00 - 19:00

Saturdays
Vale of York Academy
09:45 - 10:45

TiP Sessions Pro

Tuesdays (Launching Jan’19)
Knavesmire Primary School
18:15-20:15

Saturday 
Vale of York
10:45 - 12:45