Software is the language of our modern world and many educators believe all children should learn to code. The benefits are endless, from developing computational thinking and problem-solving skills to showing maths in action and encouraging children to think outside of the box and exercise their creativity. But the real drawcard of coding is just how fun it is!
The benefits are endless, from developing computational thinking and problem-solving skills to showing maths in action and encouraging children to think outside of the box and exercise their creativity. But the real drawcard of coding is just how fun it is!
With CodeSpace Education, your child can become a CODE HERO and learn to create Video Games, Minecraft Mods, Program Lego Robots and so much more!
Over 1700 children have taken part in CodeSpace Education's exclusive one-day school holiday workshops, where they can create, explore, learn and most importantly - have an awesome time!
Held in 5 convenient locations around NSW, CodeSpace Education's school holiday workshops are led by a dedicated team of trained teachers who adopt a hands-on teaching style. In a supportive learning environment, young children work collaboratively and create their own unique project.
Upcoming highlights during the winter school holidays include Game Making Mania, Minecraft Modding Mayhem Part 1 & 2 and Lego Robotics Rumble.
The workshops run from 9am to 3pm (just like a regualr school day) and children can mix and match which days they wish to attend.
At almost all of the workshops, kids will walk away with their very own mods and apps which they can proudly show to family and friends.
The workshops are designed for girls and boys aged 7 to 14. Prices may vary but workshops start from only $99 and all required laptops, software, equipment are supplied.
Last school holidays the workshops booked out - don't miss out these winter school holidays! Go to the website to learn more and enrol. Sydney locations including Gladesville, Hurstville, The Ponds, Cherrybrook and Brookvale.
Visit learncode.com.au or Google "CodeSpace Camps" to learn more and register.