Talbot Primary School pupils help set coding world record

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Updated July 22 2016 - 2:16pm, first published 1:30pm
CODERS: Bailey, 11, Code Club educator Emma Bennett, Elliot, 9, and Seth,10, joined more than 10,000 children to break a world record for the greatest number of children coding at once. Picture: Lachlan Bence.
CODERS: Bailey, 11, Code Club educator Emma Bennett, Elliot, 9, and Seth,10, joined more than 10,000 children to break a world record for the greatest number of children coding at once. Picture: Lachlan Bence.

TALBOT Primary School may be two hours from the big technology companies in Melbourne, but they’re proving they are just as clued-up in the coding world.

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