We give children valuable skills for their futures through our coding classes and creative learning resources. Our programmes engage thousands of children across the UK, both inside and outside of school. With a shared focus on educational attainment and engagement, we support children from a diverse range of backgrounds learning to code.
Our creative computing classes run at local universities in London (Imperial Codelab), Manchester and Leeds. The termly courses are designed to introduce children to core concepts that allow them to programme their own games, animations and web applications.
Children learn using our learning platform to express their creativity, develop their problem solving skills and computational thinking. Our online resources have been designed in collaboration with leading computing educators and Ada, the National College for Digital Skills. Further support is also offered by talented students from leading universities.
Impact in education is greatest when it can reach everyone. For that reason, we have been developing our online learning platform to better suit the needs of the classroom.
Interactive explanations and quizzes introduce curriculum mapped concepts. Step by step tutorials then help children apply these to mini projects, before being challenged to apply what they have learned by programming a game, animation or web application.
All of our projects have graphical outputs, which helps to make the materials more accessible to children who wouldn't typically have engaged in programming. Many surprise us with their creativity and enthusiasm.
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