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Our STEAM programs are about fun, creativity and learning through exploring technology.

ROBOTICS AND CODING CLUB REMAINS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

We have moved some programs online during COVID-19 restrictions. Enjoy STEAM Zone at Home on our website and Facebook page.

STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Maths. We're making learning fun while exploring different themes and subjects. 

STEAM programs in the Libraries include:

  • Robotics and Coding Club - for beginner coders through to those with some experience, ages 8 and above
  • Tech Zone - for people of all ages to try new and fun technologies

  • STEAM Zone - for people of all ages to have fun while they learn about STEAM subjects

Robotics and Coding Club

Robotics and Coding Club is a fun, interactive club designed to encourage children to learn through exploring a variety of computer programming languages, software and robotics. We aim to provide a space and resources to foster an interest in coding and robotics. Learning to code helps to strengthen problem-solving skills and critical thinking and supports key academic subjects such as science, maths and technology.

The Robotics and Coding Club will run during school terms in six-week blocks. Term 1 will begin on the 20th of February.
The content is aimed at beginner to intermediate coders aged 8 years and above.

Register your interest for the 1st term of Robotics and Coding Club.

More information

Registrations for future programs will be announced through our eNewsletter and social media.

If you have any questions regarding any of our STEAM programs please contact us

STEAM@darwin.nt.gov.au

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