Stacks of fun is in the pipeline for children after Hounslow Council and leading toy company Lego teamed up for an exciting new summer of events.
Free taster sessions with activities and workshops will be held at libraries across the borough following the launch event of Lego in our Libraries at Hounslow library from 3pm to 5pm on Saturday July 18.
The event will introduce children and parents to the exciting resources and technologies available in Lego education together with a demonstration on how to use the equipment before the youngsters can have a go.
The Lego education programme has been designed to offer support to children in an engaging and creative environment; allowing them to develop their understanding of computing, design and technology, science, maths and languages.
The launch is the first step of Lego in Libraries with clubs (fee applies) starting in September throughout Hounslow for children aged eight and over.
During the clubs children will have the chance to interact with specially designed education activity packages including StoryStarter, MoreToMaths, WeDo, and Machines and Mechanisms, under the guidance of trained LEGO staff.
Free lego taster sessions will be held at Cranford library on Monday July 27 from 3pm to 4.30pm; at Isleworth library on Thursday August 13 between 10.30am and midday; at Osterley library on Tuesday August 18 from 2.30pm to 4pm; and at Feltham library on Thursday August 27 between 10.30am and midday.
Book your free place at the launch event by emailing: email@example.com or call 0845 456 2800. Book a free taster session at www.eventbrite.co.uk and search for Lego Education taster session – Hounslow.
For more information visit www.ccslibraries.com/legoeducationhounslow.