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Computer Workshops provide a fantastic look at the early years of computers (1970s) all the way through to the present day giving you a full historic timeline and full interactive experience, so why travel anywhere as the computer professional and his array of historical computer equipment and games machines will visit you. So, no need to plan a school trip, you can still learn about this fascinating subject from the comfort of your own school premises. Your students or pupils will experience a fantastic interactive learning experience of early computers and coding languages (programmes) to game play of classic games machines. What fantastic all of these can be interlinked with your keystage curriculum in covering subject areas such as STEM.

You might be lucky and even get the chance to experience these amazing classic computers and game consoles listed below:

Computers: Acorn Computers, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum,

You might even be lucking and learn about these early computer programmes: Pascal, Prolog, Beta, Paintbox, MCoder, COLT, KoalaPainter, The Print Shop, PaperClip, Lotus 1-2-3, Tasword II and VuClac.

Game Console Machines: Atari 2600, Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), intelevision (mattel) and Sega master system

Classic Games: Pac Man, donkey kong, frogger, star wars, space invaders, Burger time, Tron, Microsurgeon, Atlantis, Mario Bros, Tetris, Duck Hunt, Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Wonder Boy, Golden Axe and Outrun.

Computer Workshops provide a fantastic look at the early years of computers (1970s) all the way through to the present day giving you a full historic timeline and full interactive experience, so why travel anywhere as the computer professional and his array of historical computer equipment and games machines will visit you. So, no need to plan a school trip, you can still learn about this fascinating subject from the comfort of your own school premises. Your students or pupils will experience a fantastic interactive learning experience of early computers and coding languages (programmes) to game play of classic games machines. What fantastic all of these can be interlinked with your keystage curriculum in covering subject areas such as STEM. You might be lucky and even get the chance to experience these amazing classic computers and game consoles listed below: Computers: Acorn Computers, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum, You might even be lucking and learn about these early computer programmes: Pascal, Prolog, Beta, Paintbox, MCoder, COLT, KoalaPainter, The Print Shop, PaperClip, Lotus 1-2-3, Tasword II and VuClac. Game Console Machines: Atari 2600, Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), intelevision (mattel) and Sega master system Classic Games: Pac Man, donkey kong, frogger, star wars, space invaders, Burger time, Tron, Microsurgeon, Atlantis, Mario Bros, Tetris, Duck Hunt, Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Wonder Boy, Golden Axe and Outrun.

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