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Coding and Computer Science in your school.

In today’s digital world, coding is a fundamental skill alongside math and reading, but too few kids have the opportunity to learn to program because it is rarely taught in school. 

Our mission is to create a fun and engaging activities where children not only learn to program but also have opportunities to be creative using code.

Why every child should learn to code?

  • Coding drives innovation. From self-driving cars to robot-assisted surgery to social media, computer science is revolutionizing every aspect of our lives. Coding is a fundamental skill that children need to learn so they can lead this movement.
  • Coding allows kids to be creative. They can create projects that do really amazing things.
  • Coding builds confidence. It is incredibly empowering for children to be able to create projects and show them off to family and friends.
  • Coding is best learned early. Learning to code is similar to learning a second language.
  • Coding translates to success in other areas. Learning to program supports learning in other areas, like math, reading, and science.
  • Coding teaches quick-thinking and creativity, problem-solving skills, analytical skills, logical thinking
  • Learning to code using coding games is fun and exciting, which may spark their interest in coding.
  • Coding grants kids, both fun and knowledge. Using coding games to learn to code for kids can entice them into trying out coding for the first time.
  • It helps them become more fluent with technology.
  • According to experts, children are at a psycho-social development stage, which allows them to quickly absorb what they learn. By making use of a coding game to make them learn to code, you give them an invaluable tool they can use later on in the future.
  • Coding is the new language of the world.
  • The need for programmers is rising exponentially every year.

We make it fun and easy for children to code.

We teach the full subject of GCSE computer science as set out by the OCR & AQA Board. We provide 1:1 tuition for GCSE students and work on both theory and the NEA project.

We teach computer science GCSE like any other school, the student would attend one lesson per week. We teach, prepare and organise everything for the student to obtain a high-grade GCSE in computer science.

If you or your child would like to obtain an extra GCSE or want tuition please contact us for further information.

Please note the minimum age for enrollment onto GCSE syllabus is 9 Years, there is no upper limit.

What we teach?

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Scratch coding tuition from 6 years of age.

We teach a full syllabus in Scratch coding to kids aged 6 years and older. 

Our syllabus consists of the following:

LEVEL 1

  • Introduction to block coding;
  • 4 X Basic coding 1 player games;
  • 2 Intermediate 2 player games.

LEVEL 2

  • 1 Commercial game such as Minecraft or Temple Run;
  • Advanced commercial coding programming for Bank ATM and Supermarket checkout.
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We offer over 20 projects on Raspberry Pi for all age groups.

We teach Python to kids aged 8 to 16. We offer Python for GCSE and A- Level Students.

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We offer private GCSE sitting for students looking to gain an extra GCSE in Computer Science from OCR.

We teach young guns the basic skills needed to operate Microsoft applications. Including Word, Excel & Powerpoint.

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