Monday, 19 June 2017 04:59

DVLA Launch Code Challenge

DVLA Coding Challenge is based around 4 themes and the challenge is for children aged 7-11 to write computer games and win prizes for  their primary schools and code clubs.

You can also register your Primary School or Group to be part of the DVLA Code Challenge Competition Prize Giving Event hosted by Lucy Owen (BBC Wales News Presenter) on Tuesday the 28th November 2017, and you could win IT Equipment for your school or Group in the fantastic Prize Draw. Your school or code club group does not have to enter the competition to attend and be part of the prize draw.


Full details on how you can join in can be found on the DVLA's event website http://dvlacodechallenge.dvla.gov.uk/ 

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