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CoderDojo Girls Only #2

The Micro:bit and the App project! On the 7th of October 2017, I went to Girls Only Dojo, the second of a series, hosted by Macquarie Group in Moorgate. Read More

Making of a Torch – Sep 2017

The LED Torch! As part of my 10th birthday party I decided to organise a STEAM activity workshop with 5 of my friends. I had help from my dad.Read More

Coder Dojo Girls only #1

Coder Dojo Girls only! The 1st of the series I attended The coder Dojo  Girls only event At Kingston University last September 2017.Read More

The Island of Adventure by Enid Blyton

Last month, I dived into an exhilarating book called ‘Island of adventure’ by Enid Blyton, which is one of the best books I have read! It is all about three curious children who spend their holidays with each other and are destined to uncover the truth about a mys

Project Prep by Janneke Niessen & Niki Smit

I know it has been a long time since I have written a book review and I apologise for that. But here I am with a review of one of my favourite books called “Project Prep”  by Janneke Niessen & Niki Smit. It is also linked to the inspiring juniors competition, whic

Spirit Walker by Michelle Paver

  I read “Wolf brother” by Michelle Paver and I really enjoyed the theme and the setting of the book. Thankfully, I noticed that there were more books leading on from “Wolf brother”. Spirit walker was the next one so I decided to read it. Michelle Paver, i

To Be A Cat by Matt Haig

To Be a Cat To Be A Cat by Matt Haig - the title may or may not give the story away. That’s for you to find out.... (A bit about Matt Haig ... He’s a Journalist & novelist, who writes for children & adults) It’s a funny fantasy which unfolds at a school

Friend or Foe by Michael Morpurgo

Friend of Foe I recently read "Kensuke's Kingdom" by Michael Morpurgo, so I decided to read another book by him called " Friend or Foe". Michael Morpurgo has a very descriptive writing style, which helped me picture what it was like during war from a child's point of vie

Girls Who Code by Stacia Deutsch

The Friendship Code My joy of coding drew me to read "Girls Who Code" by Stacia Deutsch. The book is about a friendship between four girls called Sophia, Emma, Lucy and Erin who share an interest in coding. They are brought together through a coding club. On the f

Kensuke’s Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo

Kensuke's Kingdom I really enjoyed reading Kensuke's Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo. I like his writing style! This book is about a boy called Michael. He was starting a new life on board a boat called 'The Peggy Sue". When Michael and his family were well out at sea, the b