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Face To Face Holiday Camps

Our award-winning Minecraft, coding and robotics camps will be back by popular demand this May Half-Term

  • Drop-off camps across London
  • Online & home-based workshops are also available
  • Ages 4–11, all experience levels welcome
  • May 30th — June 6th

Ahead of the camp, your child can try out the activity at a free online taster session: Book here

You can find our Holiday Camps FAQs here and contact us at hello@mama.codes

Dulwich/Herne Hill

May 30th, May 31st, June 1st

Book individual days or receive 10% at checkout if you book all 3 days!

Notting Hill, Marylebone, Camden, Mayfair and Westminster

May 30th - June 1st

Half and Full Days Available

Holiday Camp FAQS

What is the theme for Summer 2022?

We are busily working behind the scenes to create the perfect theme! 

What happens during a camp session?

During the 3‑hour camp, attendees will have 2 coding sessions and 1 robotics session, plus plenty of time for breaks, snacks and screen-free activities.

What is the robotics element of the camps?

Your child will have the option to stay for an additional 45-minutes after their coding session for an exclusive robotics session with a range of kits, including:

With Robo Wunderkind, children can build their own robots, customize them with building bricks, and program them to do an array of actions while learning the basic principles of coding, robotics, and STEM.

  • Picoh, by Ohbot (Scratch groups)

Picoh, by Ohbot, is a magical robot head that can be programmed to mimic human facial movements. Students will use their Scratch coding skills to bring the Picoh to life!

What does my child need to bring?

Attendees at ScratchJr groups (age 4–7) will ideally bring an iPad or other tablet that runs ScratchJr from home, though we have a limited number of devices on-site for a small rental charge.

Attendees at Scratch groups (age 7–11) will ideally bring a laptop or full-size iPad from home, though we have a limited number of devices on-site for a small rental charge.
Please note a USB port is required for the robotics portion.

All children are encouraged to bring a water bottle and nut-free snack for break times.


See more Holiday Camps FAQs here