Choose from 25 amazing camps across Australia in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & the Gold Coast where kids can learn how to code, make video games, build iPhone apps, battle lego robots, Mod Minecraft and so much more!
Held in a supportive learning environment, these camps will see young children work collaboratively and create their own unique project. Bookings are now open for Game Making Mania, Build your own iPhone App, Minecraft Modding Mayhem and Lego Robotics Rumble.
The workshops run from 9am to 3pm daily and you can mix and match which days you wish to attend - you don't have to attend for the whole school holiday period as there is always a new and exciting topic to learn about each day.
Each workshop is led by a team of trained and scanned teachers who adopt a hands-on teaching style. The workshops run just like a school day - only heaps more fun!
Children will follow demonstrations and are encouraged to customise their projects. There are also 'super challenges' for kids who finish their projects quickly, where it often takes the entire group to figure out the answer.
The CodeSpace Camps are suitable for kids aged 7-14, with some workshops having slightly different workshop age restrictions, but check online for your closest camp and exact details. Prices may vary but camps start from only $89 and all laptops, software, equipment are supplied.
The dedicated team at CodeSpace Education aim to inspire and teach children how to be creators of technology. They believe that all students need to learn how to code, even to a basic level as learning to code teaches children how to problem solve, think critically and work as a team - all skills required for a 21st Century workforce.
At almost all of the workshops, kids get to come home having created their own apps, mods, video games and more! This way kids can keep something from the workshop and show it to their friends.
Most of the workshops book out far in advance but sometimes there a few last minute spots left, so make sure you check online!
So what do you think? Are you ready for children to become creators of technology instead of just consumers of it?
Learn more & register online by going to https://learncode.com.au/weekendnotes