Little Sandbox Saturday Club is for kids aged 8 plus who want to learn more about technology. Members can work towards skill achievements by developing their own projects in electronics, coding, digital making and media.
Saturdays 1:pm – 3pm at Norris Green Library
Little Sandbox Saturday club is for kids with a keen interest in technology, computer programming, animation and digital media. Members are able to take part in group tutorials to learn basic skills in a variety of software and hardware. 1 to 1 support is also available for each member as well as plenty of handouts and worksheets for self directed learning. We know that every child is different and with a range of ages from 8 plus, each member has their own area of interest and expertise. We encourage our group to work together and learn from each other. Our members are given the space and freedom to explore technology at their own pace, while having the expertise and knowledge of staff available when it’s needed.
Membership is £45 per month
Norris Green Bursary
Thanks to support from Liverpool Library Service, we are able to offer a number of bursaries for our Saturday Club at Norris Green Library.
To be eligible for a bursary you must:
- Live within Norris Green or Clubmoor Wards
- Live in an area that is is classed as being in the top 5% of deprived areas
- Be passionate about 2 of our 4 main areas: Coding, Electronics, Digital media or Making.
If you’re eligible for a bursary, you will be entitled to attend the club free of charge.
When you join Saturday Club, you’ll be issued with a level 1 ID Badge. The badge contains your name, your group and 16 holes for pins that you can earn by completing tasks. Work through the tasks in each of the 4 main areas: Coding, Electronics, Digital Media and Making. Once you’ve earned the 16 pins you can complete the end of level project. This asks you to combine all the skills you’ve learned to create something awesome from one of the 4 main areas. Once complete you’ll be awarded a Level 2 badge and you can start earning the next level of skills. As a member you’ll also be assigned a username and password to login to this website and keep an online track of your progress. You’ll also be able to write blogs and add films and images to the site so you can share what you’re learning with other young people who are unable to attend the club.