Physical computing with the Micro:bit

at Yatton Library

This 6 week coding club is suitable for 8 – 12 year olds.

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 course is for you.

Students will:

  • learn the principles of programming using the Microsoft MakeCode editor
  • 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

Places are limited.

Physical computing with the micro:bit

Dates (March – April 2022 )

  • Saturday 5th March
  • Saturday 12th March
  • Saturday 19th March
  • Saturday 26th March
  • Saturday 2nd April
  • Saturday 9th April

Time and Place

The sessions run on Saturday mornings from 11:45am – 12:45pm at:

Yatton Library
48 High Street,
BS49 4HJ


Bring a laptop and cables with the latest Chrome browser installed. We will have some available if you cannot bring your own.

Cost (FREE)

This free workshop is offered as part of The Learn to Code programme, a North Somerset Works Together project

Other courses at Yatton Library

Make a Chatbot in Python
WorkshopTuesday 22nd February
(half term)
Yatton Library

The Learn to Code programme is part of North Somerset Works Together, a North Somerset Council project. 

This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund. 

HM Government