Workshop: Make a Minecraft Game in Scratch

at Weston Library

This 3 hour workshop is suitable for children aged 8+. The children will make a Minecraft game using the Scratch programming language.

Students will:

  • learn the basic principles of computer programming
  • learn about pixels by drawing their own Minecraft characters
  • learn to code a Minecraft game based on their coding ability
  • learn to use computational thinking
  • learn to debug
  • learn to collaborate with peers

Places are limited

Making a Minecraft game


Wednesday 20th April 2022
(during the Easter holidays)

Time and Place

The workshop runs from 9:30am – 12:30pm (3 hours) at:

Weston Library
Town Hall,
Walliscote Grove Road
BS23 1UJ


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 Weston Library

Learn to code in Python
Coding ClubSaturdays from 7th May
(for 6 weeks)
Weston 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.