On Friday 7th July Krisha, Lily, Ben, Toby and Felix visited IBM Hursley to take part in an Enabling Entreprise Tech-xperts Challenge day.
Working as a team, they explored coding through a simple debugging exercise. They then learnt how computers communicate alogrithms and related this to communication in the workplace. They explored the different barriers companies may face when communicating. Next they were given their brief: to design and app to aid communication for employees at the business. Once they had designed their app, its name and logo they presented their ideas in a Technology Exhibition.
The children demonstrated a range of problem solving and collaborative team work skills throughout the day. They presented confidently and were a credit to the school!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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