Hour of Code comes to Gloucester

Our UK office held their first Hour of Code session today for the children of Grange Primary School, which was a resounding success.

The children spent the morning with some of our developers, learning about coding through making a video game which they could then play. The children also got to have a tour around the Thinkproject office and learn what each of our departments does in the workplace. We even had a few enquiries about job vacancies, so perhaps a few budding coders have been encouraged to keep up the hobby!

This session was one of many we will be holding in 2020 as part of our #tptomorrow initiative, our way to give back to the wider community with our CSR program. Check out our next dates below to see if you know a student who could benefit:

You can also follow us on LinkedIn where we will be announcing more sessions across our European offices over the new few months!

The ‘Hour of Code™’ is a nationwide initiative by Computer Science Education Week [] and [] to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.

Pizza was also served!

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