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Sunday 29 May 2016 12:25 PM

Computer whizzes learn new coding skills from Microsoft

A special workshop hosted by Microsoft gave year six pupils at Claires Court Junior Boys the chance to learn about micro:bits, or pocket-sized codeable computers.

Stephanie Hutchings from the software giant spoke to the year group on Tuesday to explain how micro:bits can be programmed.

After hearing about what the equipment can do, the boys were able to use


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11:00 Sun 29 May 2016
The year six students learnt about new coding skills with Microsoft micro:bit A special workshop hosted by Microsoft gave year six pupils at Claires Court Junior Boys the chance to learn about micro:bits, or pocket-sized codeable computers. Stephanie Hutchings from the software giant spoke to the
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20:30 Sat 28 May 2016
Cllr Fiona Hewer A pledge to stamp out bullying in the Royal Borough has been demanded by campaigners in a new petition. The drive was launched by the Maidenhead Liberal Democrats, who are pushing for all Royal Borough
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12:30 Sat 28 May 2016
Reverend The new reverend of the United Reformed Church in West Street has been announced as the Rev David Downing. The 46-year-old will take up the post in August and has already visited Maidenhead to get
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10:30 Sun 29 May 2016
icecream Each week we present a round-up of photos taken by our staff photographers for the Maidenhead Advertiser, Twyford Advertiser, Burnham Advertiser, Slough Express and Windsor Express. Check them out below. As part of their 'you
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16:14 Sat 28 May 2016
burglaries A gang of men who stole cars, laptops and jewellery worth thousands of pounds in a spate of burglaries across Berkshire and Buckinghamshire will spend a total of 20 years behind bars. The group of
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11:00 Sat 28 May 2016
Bucks County Council Bucks County Council (BCC) has given the go-ahead for a feasibility study into replacing the current three-tier system of local government with a single tier 'unitary' authority. The council's cabinet has approved the development of
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