Can You Hack It? | Join our Raspberry Pi Workshop

12 Aug 2022, 3 p.m.

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Updated: 15 September 2022

Unfortunately, due to recent events we have been unable to fill this event and have had to cancel. We are planning to hold a similar event in the future.

Calling all GOSH outpatients! Join our digital making event on Saturday 17 September 2 - 3:30pm.

Together with the Raspberry Pi foundation, we'll explore physical computer building and programming. It'll be fun and interactive and introduce you to some basic coding concepts.

Email play.services@gosh.nhs.uk to register your interest.

Digital making workshop for outpatients and siblings

We'll be joined by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to deliver an in person workshop for Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) outpatients and siblings. No previous coding knowledge needed! It's a taster session for all abilities and a mix of ages.

This hour and a half event is part of our Play Team's Activity Programme, supported by Morgan Stanley.

Email play.services@gosh.nhs.uk to register your interest.

Where?

GOSH DRIVE

First Floor

40 Bernard Street

Saturday 17 September 2 - 3:30pm

What workshops should we hold next?

We'd love to have your feedback – what type of technology-related activities could we put on in the future?

Email play.services@gosh.nhs.uk with your ideas.

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