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Can you sponsor a child to develop coding skills?

A brand new coding club for children has opened in Cheltenham.

At the club, set up with the help of Gloucestershire College, Cynam and Hub8, children have fun coding and developing their own computer games, whilst learning core STEM skills.

The club will help address the skills shortage in technology, by getting children excited about STEM and learning new skills at an early age.

The club has a scholarship programme, where children who might not otherwise get access to this type of opportunity can attend for free.

If you work for a local tech company and would be willing to sponsor children through the programme, contact organiser Daffyd Moore on LinkedIn. 

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