Pupils 'to understand how games work'
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Pupils 'should understand games technology'

Welsh children should not just be playing computer games - they should understand how they work.

That is the principle behind a £1.3m Welsh Government investment to expand the network of 300 coding clubs in schools.

Education Secretary Kirsty Williams and 10-year-old Iolo, who loves coding already, spoke to BBC Wales education correspondent Caroline Evans.

  • 19 Jun 2017
  • From the section Wales
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