01:42PM, Tuesday 03 May 2016
Pupils at Highfield Prep School created their own mobile phone apps on Monday.
Education technology specialists ComputerXplorers Middlesex have been running business enterprise classes with years five and six for the past year.
Students got to showcase their completed mobile apps at the app development class on Monday.
Devon Ratneshwar, director of ComputerXplorers Middlesex said: “If you can engage children in computing at an early age they are far more likely to want to develop their knowledge and embrace the subject as they go on to secondary school.
“Programming and coding is a key part of the curriculum and it’s our role to build children’s confidence in using technology to give them a head start in life.”
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