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Camp Next Thing Education - Hemdean House

 

As an Ofsted registered provider, you can trust us to deliver quality education at the hands of our qualified passionate teachers. We are one of the few technology camp providers, dedicated to teaching children all about STEM education through fun and exciting activities.

As one of the few technology camp providers in England, our teachers develop interactive courses for students, teaching key computer science and coding skills, whilst allowing them to explore their creativity.

If your child has attended one of our previous camps please note although the theme may be the same, we do our best to change the activities every holiday period, so that there is minimal repeating.

Available for 5 – 12 years old.

Weekly Theme:

Bot Builders and Coders – Be ready to make extra friends this May with our robots! Develop enhanced coding skills to make bots move, dance, and talk through different types of programming languages.

Intelligent Inventors – Our fun new content allows students to go even further in becoming ingenious inventors, become a Minecraft coding expert, or even a genius with circuitry!

Science Experiments – Become a crazy scientist and try out different chemical reactions to make things go pop, boom, and bang!

Expert Engineers – Problem-solving has never been so fun, they get to play with our new high-tech equipment to make sculptures to learn a new programming language.

Media Madness – Unleashing their inner creative genius by creating their own music to starring and producing their own film! The opportunities are endless on our Media day to create your own story.

Our COVID-19 Secure Camps! 

*Our 10 steps for a secure camp have been put in place to provide a safe environment for kids to enjoy technology and be able to interact with other children in a camp environment from a safe distance. Please refer to our 10 camp safety steps

  • We also accept childcare voucher payments for this camp, simply enter one of the following codes that relate to your provider in the promo code section at the checkout.
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Who to contact

Contact Name
Luisa Jones
Telephone
01442 873150
E-mail
info@nextthing.education
Website
https://nextthing.education/product/reading-camp/

Where to go

Address
Hemdean House School
Hemdean Road
Caversham
Reading
Postcode
RG4 7SD

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Half Term 1st-4th June 2021; 9am-5pm

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£175.20 Per Week
Details
We also accept childcare voucher payments for this camp, simply enter one of the following codes that relate to your provider in the promo code section at the checkout. •computershare •edenred •sodexo •care4 •rewardgateway •busybees •faircare •cooperative •myfamilycare •fideliti

Availability

Age Ranges
5-12 years

Childcare Information

Opening Times & Facilities

Opening Times
Opening Times
DayOpening TimeClosing Time
Monday 09:00 16:00
Tuesday 09:00 16:00
Wednesday 09:00 16:00
Thursday 09:00 16:00
Friday 09:00 18:00

Ofsted Information

Ofsted URN
2621935
Link to latest ofsted inspection report 

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