ComputerXplorers is booting up for its return to classrooms this September, while still offering plenty of online classes across the country.
As schools prepare to welcome students back, the computer franchise is also planning to start its fun classes once again.
Its socially-distanced summer camps have proved to be a success at keeping children safe and allowing them to improve their computer skills. Additional safety precautions were put in place, including regular hand washing and sanitising, using every other computer and encouraging children and staff to wear masks whenever possible.
Parents who were keen for their children to continue remote learning have also been able to access virtual classes several times per week. These sessions have offered kids as young as seven the chance to code, play educations games and learn more about the fascinating world of computers. And as the new term approaches, ComputerXplorers is preparing to take its enjoyable sessions back into the classroom.
Whether schools are looking to introduce an after-school computing club, run a one-off day dedicated to computer skills or find an external provider to run regular IT sessions for students, ComputerXplorers can help. Its sessions are suitable for children age three to 13 and are designed to fit with the UK curriculum up to key stage 3, improving STEM skills in a way that’s fun and engaging.
You can book in for a ComputerXplorers session on its website, or you can enquire about holding sessions in your school or youth organisation. If you’d like to become a franchisee, there are still plenty of territories up for grabs across the UK. Even if you don’t come from a background in education or computers, you could still get involved with this home-based opportunity and embark on an exciting new career journey.
Sophie Cole, Point Franchise ©