This class is for young people that have some experience in coding previously. In this class we will look at how to develop games using the Unity platform. Unity is a professional level game making tool and is free to use for educational purposes. We will take young people through the core concepts with the view to them building their own game.
If you have a device you usually use then please to bring it along (it should be running the latest version of Unity), if not we have equipment you can use. Code Inverness cannot take responsibility for devices brought into the club.
This class is aimed at children from 10 to 16 years old. If you are not sure if this is suitable for your young person please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to discuss it with you.
What is Code Inverness?
We are here to support our young people in the Highlands get excited about technology, whether they are just getting started on their journey or working on their own apps/projects we try to include something for everyone.
If you’re 13 or over, then we will ask for details of an emergency contact person if they are not staying. Each ticket must be booked by an adult on your behalf. Both you and your parent should familiarise yourselves with the Code of practice.
What to bring
It is recommended to bring your own laptop (running the latest version of Unity) and feel free to bring a snack and drink of water.
Parents or guardians – please note that you in agreeing to image consent you are also doing so on behalf of your children. If you have any questions about this consent then please speak to someone during the event.
Consent covers the use of photographs and video recordings of myself, taken by members of Inverness Code Club or by agents authorised on behalf of Inverness Code Inverness, for the following purpose(s):
Publicity, marketing or media coverage in the context of Code Inverness in print, online and video content.
Who is involved?
Code Club Inverness is run entirely by volunteers. We are all STEM Ambassadors who have a passion for STEM education. We’re hugely grateful to the team from the University of the Highlands and Islands STEM hub, who kindly host and welcome us. You can visit our website to find out more.