Weekday Coding Class & Study/Coding Time In March, Coding Lab Japan has coding classes Monday–Friday and an optional homework/independent coding time in the afternoon. Schedule (March 9–March 13 & March 16–March 20) 9:00–10:00: Doors OpenStudents are welcome to arrive any time after 9:00am and wait for their class to start. 10:00–12:00: Coding Classes Scratch Beginner 1 — New Students Coding Club Scratch (ages 7-9 & 10-12): Intermediate Level Python Perfect and Independent Projects (ages 10-12 & 13-17) 12:00–13:00 Lunch BreakAll students are welcome to being their own food and eat at Coding Lab 13:00–16:00: Homework/Independent Coding Lab–only available to students who are taking the 10:00am–12:00pm coding class. Teachers will be present to
At Coding Lab Japan are concerned about the current Corona Virus and are taking the following measures. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us. What we are doing at the school In the morning and the end of the day we are cleaning all the doors, surfaces, etc. We are ventilating the air in the school periodically during the day by opening windows and using fans. We are purifying the air in the school using a Blue Air system We require students to wash their hands every time they enter the school (arrival, bathroom breaks, etc.) We are cleaning all computers, mice, and workspaces at
Our courses are designed and conducted in English. Tutors are handpicked by us not only for their tech expertise, but also for their passion in working with children. Our cosy class sizes with a small teacher-child ratio (Max 1:6 or 8) encourage close interaction between the students and the instructor and allow for individualized attention to maximise each child’s learning experience.
Founded by an MIT Graduate, our curriculum is led and designed by our global team of technology advisors. We keep our lessons exciting and relevant, with cutting-edge themes and discoveries covered as part of the lessons.
In December 2016, Coding Lab is also voted as having the best coding curriculum by parents of students of our school in Singapore.
Imagine boardroom-style professionalism in a rustic and start-up “Garage” environment; we enhance the quality of learning by providing a geek-jam hangout where kids can tinker with the latest tech toys to further their learning independently.