'Getting Started with Website Design and Development Workshop' with Chaos Created
At the end of the day, all students will have a working website, which we can optionally upload so they can view the site from home and share with family and friends, along with notes and support so they are equipped to develop their skills further.
What activities are available during this educational workshop?
Website design and development
Build a fully-functional website
Which Curriculum Subjects do you cater for?
Curriculum topics available: Coding.
What size groups do you cater for?
Due to the level of support required for this workshop, and to allow our facilitators to help students create bespoke designs, we would recommend group sizes of around 20 for this workshop. We have versions of this workshop for secondary schools (Year 9 and above), colleges and universities.
Do you offer access for visitors with disabilities?
Do you cater for visitors with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?
We run our workshop with students of all abilities and regularly work with SEN students, specialist schools and groups. Please contact us to discuss this.
What makes our workshops unique is that they are delivered by real-world app and games developers. Our games and apps have been featured on BBC Click. We aim to not just teach your students skills, but to inspire them to pursue coding further.
This particular workshop has been delivered in schools across the UK, and we regularly work with universities, including Imperial College Business School. During our workshops with universities, we will often create online portfolios for the students, so the end result is super useful, and it develops their knowledge of programming languages they will need in the real world.
Who are Chaos Created?
Chaos Created is a web design and app and games development agency based in Portishead, Bristol. They have worked with well-known clients such as Tesco, Nokia, Carphone Warehouse, TES and TeenTech and have also produced innovative and acclaimed games and apps such as Timedancer, Zombies Ate My City, and Langeroo. Their Code Created initiative is designed to teach young people how to make apps and games, improve digital literacy, increase diversity in the tech industry and inspire the next generation of innovators.
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