ComputerXplorers is giving kids a chance to learn and have fun safely with its virtual and in-person summer camps.
As most children haven’t been able to see friends or get learning for a while, the computer franchise has launched a series of fun programmes designed to get kids engaging with technology.
ComputerXplorers Southampton has been running face-to-face ‘Connect4Summer’ camps, which allow children to get back into a classroom setting as they learn about computers. Strict social distancing is being enforced during the sessions, with every other computer out of use, and children are being encouraged to wear masks and sanitise their hands regularly.
If you’re not comfortable with your kids heading back to the classroom just yet, ComputerXplorers is also hosting a packed schedule of online summer camps. Whether the little ones want to learn about programming or animation, or fancy taking on fun Minecraft challenges, they can join a local session and improve their skills with other children.
The franchise is happy to create events for schools, charities, museums and other children’s groups, whether that means a face-to-face or virtual session. All you need to do is get in touch and your local franchisee will organise a fun and educational class for children of all abilities.
Many children have missed out on precious educational opportunities over the last few months. In addition, most parents have likely run out of ways to keep their offspring occupied. So, ComputerXplorers’ sessions are the perfect solution, as they’ll keep little hands and minds occupied with something that is both educational and enjoyable.
If you’d like to become a ComputerXplorers franchisee and bring this unique concept to your local area, you can find out more on its client page. You don’t need any previous experience in the IT or educations sectors and the right candidates can borrow 100 percent of the initial franchise fee.
Sophie Cole, Point Franchise ©