The first session was creating a traffic light using a single Neo pixel attached to a Microbit. It was coded using Micropython. The second session was using the Microbit as a trigger to start a traffic light sequence in Minecraft. Here is the link for the sheet that was: used https://github.com/ncscomputing/Hackpack/blob/Volume-5/Microbit%20Traffic%20lights.docx
It was really nice to see people turn up and enjoy themselves. Credit goes to the year 8 lad who traveled from Coventry who managed to combine both sessions into one complete solution. He clearly has the nack :). There was a year six student who attended who goes to the Code Club at the same venue. She said that her session was led by a man called Sam. So fair play to him for encouraging her to come along.
Next up is Minecraft Library Jam in May get your tickets here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/minecraft-library-jam-coventry-central-library-tickets-32203062226
After that July's Jam at Nicholas Chamberlaine School and maybe a few more in between.