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Fire Tech Camp returns to Bristol

Build up your kids’ creative and tech skills this summer at a Fire Tech Camp in Bristol

Published on Friday, 3rd July 2015

Give your kids a head start this summer with a tech course hosted by Fire Tech Camp (, the UK's leading holiday tech camp provider for children and teens aged nine to 17. Following successful Easter 2015 courses, the holiday camp for kids returns to Bristol this August with four exciting week-long camps.  

  • Teens with their eyes set on computer coding can join a week-long course that covers the theory and fundamentals of computer science teaching them to code from the ground up using Python. This course is designed to provide teens with the confidence and skills to go onto code independently.
  • Campers wanting to get a bit more hands-on can try out the exciting Minecraft Maker course, where kids aged between nine and 12 create their own world, blocks and structures, and even experiment with different materials to create physical game controllers.
  • The week-long Video Game Design course lets kids learn the tools and skills to build their own video games.  
  • The five day Coding Games with Java course lets teens learn to code by creating their own video games in Java. Teens will come away from the course with working knowledge of one of the most widely used programming languages as well as the fundamentals of game design.

Based at FabLab London, the home of the maker movement, and with regional bases in Bristol, Manchester Cambridge, Reading, Leeds and High Wycombe, Fire Tech Camp allows kids to have fun with technology whilst empowering them with key future tech skills. 

The courses will take place at Bristol Grammar School between 17 and 21 August 2015 and cost £400. For further information and to book please visit