Our courses are a place for children (and their parents) to learn, experiment and explore with code.
Our students create their own games, animations, films, music, art and robots. We help our students bring the products of their imagination to life.
We believe that understanding how coding and electronics work can transform your child’s future and empower them to be an innovator of tomorrow.
We work with a range of schools and have taught children as young as 5, all the way up to A-level. Some of the schools and educational bodies we have worked with include Wandsworth Council, Ealing Council, Sussex House, Wetherby School and Knightsbridge School.
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Start your child’s coding adventure with basic computing, coding, and robotics!
In this course, we introduce your child to logical reasoning and coding concepts. Children will get to grips with computational thinking, building and programming robots, and will even make their own games with code! Through a fast-paced series of activities, your child will extend their critical thinking skills and flex their creative muscles.
Start your child’s digital adventure with this block-based language!
This Scratch programming course builds a strong foundation in computer science and creative problem solving through making animations and games. We will learn to create storylines, program characters and construct our own games. We will build and program our own robots and expand touch typing skills, a key element in any programmer’s life.
Minecraft modding for creative minds!
Turn that love of playing games into a passion for creating them with our modding masterclass. Students will learn how to make their own personalised Minecraft mods. Campers will learn how to make their own awesome Minecraft mods throughout the week of creeper smashing, world building and sheep shooting fun.
Let the experienced coders embark on a digital journey!
This is a perfect course for any student that has a keen interest in programming.