Info from session Wed 29 April

Leo followed up on last week’s discussion of J.H. Conway’s Game of Life – his example can be downloaded at this link:–lG6RXxCQ/view

Francis continued with Project Scorpion – information from last week’s session still relevant; also Harold went through episode 8 of Think Like A Coder

Alex, one of our young members, gave a presentation on Internet Security which may be seen here

Some things that came up in the Kahoot quiz:

The quiz was inspired by Google launching a throwback Google Doodle series on 27 April, which started by looking back at their 2017 Doodle game which celebrated 50 years of Kids Coding

(Previous Google Doodles can be seen at this link)

Men and women are equally good at competitive computer games

Scratch Month 2020 – A global celebration of Scratch! (I forgot to mention this, sorry!)

This year, the Scratch Team at MIT have transformed Scratch Day into Scratch Month! We invite you to imagine, create, and share along with us in the Scratch online community. 

How to Participate: The Scratch Team will share a series of weekly themes throughout the month of May, designed to spark project ideas and learning through creative coding at home. Visit the “Featured Studios” section of the Scratch online community every Monday in May to find the weekly themes and create your own project. You can add your projects to the studios to share with the larger online community — as well as see what others around the world have created.


A reminder that the Mentors would be really pleased to get feedback from our Members and/or their parents –

What do you like/not like? What else would you like to see? Would you (please!) like to show something you’ve been working on during one of our online sessions?

All ideas and suggestions welcome – please email us at