Coding with the Micro:bit

at Yatton Library

A three hour coding workshop suitable for children 8+

In this course students will be introduced to the micro:bit and will learn how to connect it to other devices in order to control a light, a fan, etc.

If you are curious about how the world works around you, then this workshop is for you.

Students will:

  • learn principles of programming
  • learn about analog and digital inputs and outputs
  • learn about sensors and how to use them with the micro:bit to operate a physical device
  • learn to use and connect a motion sensor, a push button, a sound sensor, an LED light and a mini servo.
  • program the micro:bit to operate with the sensor
  • learn to problem solve
  • learn to collaborate with others

Places are limited.

Physical computing with the micro:bit

Dates (April 2023 – half term )

  • Tuesday 11th April

Time and Place

The workshop will run on Tuesday 11th April from 9:45am – 12:45pm at:

Yatton Library
48 High Street,
BS49 4HJ


Bring a laptop and charger with the latest Chrome browser installed. Micro:bits will be provided for the duration of the workshop.

Cost £48