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T.A. Club: The InterWebs & The Metaverse (Term 1)

Te Awamutu
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Tue, 4 Feb 2020 to Tue, 7 Apr 2020

3:45pm - 5:15pm

Age 10 to 16

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Activity Details

St John Ambulance Station | 31 Palmer St, Te Awamutu,

$144.00 for 9 sessions | 20 places remaining

Run by TechLeap

UPDATE (3 Feb): Our T.A. club is taking a break this term, due to low registration. We'll be back in Term 2, so if you'd like to be kept informed for next term, please contact us.

Thanks, and apologies,


In Term 1 at our T.A. Club we'll be exploring The InterWebs, looking at how to code web apps, VR websites; and discovering how the InterWebs (Internet + World Wide Web) and Internet of Things (IoT) actually work!

We'll also look at how the Internet has changed life as we know it, look at future possibilities, and discuss how we could make it safer, faster, and better.

COST: $16/wk (paid termly) - first session free if your child decides not to continue (100% refund for credit card payment). Support available if needed.

NOTE: We're BYOD (laptop or tablet) - let us know if you need support with this.


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St John Ambulance Station | 31 Palmer St, Te Awamutu,

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Activity Details

Activity Highlights

  • Create a fun chat bot
  • Learn to code web apps with friends
  • Discover the Internet of Things!

What to bring

  • Device (tablet, laptop, chromebook etc) and charger

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