Click to download the schedule for the remaining Jam’s of 2018.
In this tutorial, learn how to make an animation in Scratch and make Hippos fly. You can download and print as a pdf.
Our Beginners Course To Scratch for Tang Hall’s Explore Library Fun Palace of which will be taking place on the 6th and the 7th of October 2018 is on the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s Jam map. We will be running 4 1 hour beginner courses for scratch on Saturday 6th October Continue Reading
Whether if you are a complete newbie to the Raspberry Pi, or a familiar user looking to help others, sit back, relax and watch the Raspberry Pi foundation walk you through setting up their powerful little computer (The Raspberry Pi).
At York Pi Jam we are happy for you to bring your own equipment, whether if that is a Raspberry Pi or a laptop. If you do bring anything valuable with you please do supervise your equipment or bags etc. York Pi Jam will not take any responsibility for lost, Continue Reading
In this Code_At_Home worksheet we will be making a Scratch game that tests your skills at parking. But will you get your Scratch driving licence? Click to download the worksheet.
Create a jelly baby into an input device so when pressed plays a burping sound. Click to view the tutorial.
Fancy connecting with York Pi Jam beyond the four imaginary walls of this blog post? Here’s how: Connecting with us on Twitter is your sure-fire way of receiving the latest news, events and articles from us. This is the best place to follow hashtags such as #YorkPiJam and #RJam in real time. Instagram is Continue Reading
Although, we didn’t run a MoonHack jam on the day of the MoonHack event we did run a stall at a jam just before the MoonHack date. We ran some workshops with worksheets and gave out stickers and goody bags. It was a great opportunity and people were coding in Continue Reading