On Thursday, 26 September, we travelled to Sevenoaks in Kent to visit St Michael’s Prep School, the pupils engaged very well with the technology,
The exhibition was set up for the whole day and the day went brilliantly. Gary gave a short introductory speech at the start of each session,
On Thursday, 16 January we traveled to Minchinhampton in Stroud to visit Beaudesert Park School. Pupils enjoyed learning about the history
On 24 Friday January 2020, we travelled to Doncaster to visit Hill House School, as we continue to celebrate the role that bedroom programmers
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On 17 October 2019, we travelled to Newcastle Prep School, Gosforth, Newcastle Upon Tyne, all year groups were enthralled by the stories
On Thursday, 13 June, we arrived at William Howard School, Cumbria with an array of historical hardware from the 1970s,
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