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Coding Minecraft with Python at the i360

An Introduction to Hacking with Minecraft

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Brighton Science
Location address: Brighton, BN1 2LN
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For ages: 9 - 18+ years

Available tickets:
Single two-hour workshop £22
Next date: None - message Mentor to express interest

A summary

Hello everyone! This February half-term we're partnering up again with the i360 in Brighton to offer exciting coding workshops in the spectacular Attenborough Room, whilst upstairs you can try the insanely thrilling WALK 360 open-air walk on TOP of the i360 at 138 metres up! That's only at 12pm on Mon/Tues/Wed, so our 0930-1130 workshop would finish in time for you to step upstairs to that. Link to book your Walk 360 below. On the Wednesday we have Coding For Girls, where we welcome girls, non-binary and gender variant young people to come and get into coding and electronics. See our separate eequ listing if you're interested in that ( On the Tuesday we're open to all. Limited numbers though! In this fast-paced two-hour workshop, you'll learn about the importance of a basic knowledge of coding in the world you're growing up in. We'll teach you how to think about coding and hacking and how we put together programs in the real world using the Python...

Freya R. Johnson·Biomedical Sciences graduate and STEM fan
I'm a BSc Biomedical Sciences graduate with experience in Python and JavaScript programming languages. In my free time I work with a miniature steam railway, driving real working locomotives for the public and I love swimming. I also volunteer for a charity that supports physical and cognitive disabilities, as a medical writer.
Effie Riley-Watson·Artist and saxophonist
I'm Andrew's daughter. I'm in Year 10 and enjoy helping out with these workshops.
Maria Campos·Data scientist, PhD candidate in Astronomy
I'm a PhD candidate at the University of Sussex, where my research centres around galaxy evolution. I've also worked in several projects as data scientist, and imparted coding workshops for young enthusiasts! When I'm not in front of the computer, I like hiking, playing board games, dancing, and attempting to roller skate.
Andrew Riley-Watson·Professional geophysicist, amateur musician.
I'm a practicing geo-scientist living in West Sussex with three children, a dog and a cat. I run Genius Brighton, where I've been teaching educational workshops for several years. I'm also a musician (find me on Spotify!), a runner, and a big believer in lifelong education.

Learning aims

You'll get a fast introduction to one of the world's most important programming languages - Python, and you'll learn how to put together short programs that control simple electronics, and the Minecraft game.

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we'll be

British Airways i360, Lower Kings Road, Brighton, Brighton and Hove, BN1 2LN

Pricing information

Ticket: Single two-hour workshop £22

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