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Do you have a child age 7-11? Complete a survey for Barclays about coding - £250 voucher to be won! NOW CLOSED

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MichelleMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 08-Dec-14 14:02:00

Barclays have asked us to find Mumsnetters with a child age 7-11 to complete a survey about coding.

If you're interested, please click here to complete the survey.

Everyone who completes the survey will be entered into a prize draw to win a £250 John Lewis voucher.

This survey is open to all Mumsnetters with at least one child age 7-11.

Thanks
Michelle

The full terms and conditions can be read here.

BellaVida Mon 08-Dec-14 16:54:24

Done!

meglet Mon 08-Dec-14 18:32:38

Done.

I'm itching to get started on coding. I was going to buy a Raspberry Pi for DS for xmas but I think he would get frustrated and not enjoy it as a present. I've got a book about kids coding so once I swot up I'll get us a Pi.

Boobyandthebeads67 Mon 08-Dec-14 19:42:29

I don't have a clue about coding but my daughter will be learning it soon. Really interested in the free classes offered by Barclays.

Stealthpolarbear Mon 08-Dec-14 20:58:56

Done
In the interests if logic and precision I'd like to point out the categories on q15 overlap

WildEyedAndCrafty Mon 08-Dec-14 21:21:28

Done.

AnneOfCleavage Mon 08-Dec-14 21:36:49

Done smile

MistletoeBUTNOwine Tue 09-Dec-14 07:03:02

Done smile

Doubtfuldaphne Tue 09-Dec-14 15:48:32

done!

Poledra Tue 09-Dec-14 16:24:01

Done
For those of you interested in learning a bit more, DH is currently doing Scratch with our older DDs and they love it. DH is a bit of a geek so is also loving it fgrin. Google it - it's really easy to get started.

nonicknameseemsavailable Tue 09-Dec-14 17:21:07

done

my 7 year old LOVES scratch, spends ages on it, i have to keep setting the timer to control her time on it. My hubby likes it too Poledra but then he is a programmer so I shouldn't be surprised.

nonicknameseemsavailable Tue 09-Dec-14 17:22:25

oh and where can we find out about the Barclays coding stuff for children, I can't find it through search engines but my daughter would like that.

Waswondering Tue 09-Dec-14 19:40:57

Done, though MN please can you check as the screen went all funny after I submitted, thanks!

TheWindowDonkey Tue 09-Dec-14 20:42:44

Done.

fuzzpig Tue 09-Dec-14 22:26:34

Done.

Thinking of trying scratch with the DCs smile

nameequality Wed 10-Dec-14 00:06:10

Done

moonrocket Wed 10-Dec-14 01:42:50

Q10- Larger scale WHAT? confused

We use Kodu at home with the children. Even the 5yo can use it.

Is coding in the KS2 curriculum now?

Naughtyornicename Wed 10-Dec-14 22:54:15

I didn't know Barclays did that! I used to do ye olde coding, ad on building websites in code, but now I can't be bothered. It must be my age! DH is on raspberry pi duty.

DollyTwat Wed 10-Dec-14 23:03:01

Done

babyiwantabump Thu 11-Dec-14 11:14:23

Done - but Erm you've spelt between wrong on the first page blush

Loulou000 Thu 11-Dec-14 14:02:13

Oh my goodness. Is this another thing I need to find time to do with my children? Had honestly never occurred to me. But I suppose older DD is only 7 now...

LemonySnug Fri 12-Dec-14 17:39:42

Done

Starlightbright1 Sat 13-Dec-14 05:17:01

I gave up on survey..What is coding? Am I missing something..MY DS is also 7 so maybe something he does without the label but he has never mentioned coding

jackstini Sat 13-Dec-14 13:56:37

Not a clue what coding is and dd is 8 confused can someone explain please?

SuperSaint Sun 14-Dec-14 21:26:00

I have DD 11 and DS 8 and did the survey as I want to win £250 but couldn't really answer it as I have no idea what coding is and have never heard either of them mention it.

Does it mean writing computer programmes?

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