Coding at Bletchley Park
30 September 2016, Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes
This exclusive education event is hosted at the historic Bletchley Park site, synonymous with Enigma, Alan Turing and the dawn of modern day computing. Taking place in the grounds of Bletchley Park, the day will open with a keynote presentation from legendary British Game Designer Charles Cecil MBE (Beneath a Steel Sky, Broken Sword). Charles’ keynote will explore the vital importance of coding and creativity in education today.
Explore modern approaches to computing and coding in education as part of a series of workshops, and experience the rich history of Bletchley Park and it’s famous resident computers. A ticket to the event includes a full tour of the National Museum of Computing, featuring the rebuilt Colossus Computing Machine.