Target Audience: Year 9 students that are able and interested in computer science.
Format: 6 sessions in the autumn term.
Aim: To encourage, inspire and engage students in exploring computer science.
How to get involved: Details of the 2024 programme will be posted here at the start of the next academic year.
Ri Masterclasses are a series of workshops which are led by enthusiastic speakers from industry, academia and education. They offer students in-depth investigations of topic areas outside of the school curriculum, combining theory with interactive exploration.
We aim to challenge students who are curious about computer science and we are keen to reach students for whom other opportunities may not be readily available. Participants need enthusiasm, along with a determination to explore!
Participation is free for all state-school students. Please note that students are expected to attend the entire series of masterclasses.
This programme is teacher nominated only; we cannot accept applications from students directly. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an enquiry about this programme.
|1||Saturday 13 January||0930-1200||Exeter Maths School|
|2||Saturday 20 January||0930-1200||Exeter Maths School|
|3||Saturday 3 February||0930-1200||Exeter Maths School|
|4||Saturday 24 February||0930-1200||Exeter Maths School|
|5||Saturday 9 March||0930-1200||Exeter Maths School|
|6||Saturday 23 March||0930-1200||Exeter Maths School|
|1||Saturday 13 January||1300-1530||Exeter Maths School|
|2||Saturday 20 January||1300-1530||Exeter Maths School|
|3||Saturday 3 February||1300-1530||Exeter Maths School|
|4||Saturday 24 February||1300-1530||Exeter Maths School|
|5||Saturday 9 March||1300-1530||Exeter Maths School|
|6||Saturday 23 March||1300-1530||Exeter Maths School|
Target Audience: Year 7 and 8 who demonstrate a strong interest in Design & Technology, Product Design, Mathematics and/or Science.
Format: A series of four workshops on Wednesday afternoons, designed to support students to become effective problem solvers.
Aim: To build on students’ enthusiasm for computing, highlighting how learning more about computational skills can support students to become better developers.
How to get involved: Details will be sent to maths and computer science teachers in the local area in the spring term 2024.
|1||Wednesday 24 April||1600-1730||Exeter Maths School|
|2||Wednesday 1 May||1600-1730||Exeter Maths School|
|3||Wednesday 8 May||1600-1730||Exeter Maths School|
|4||Wednesday 15 May||1600-1730||Exeter Maths School|