Age 10-12

Learning road map

App Development with App Inventor

App Inventor is a visual drag-and-drop language similar to Scratch that is used for creating mobile applications.  Student learn to design, build, and code their mobile apps.

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Python Junior

Python is one of the most popular text based languages right now and is used by tech companies such as Twitter and Google, used in cutting edge Machine Learning and Data Science, and taught at Universities.  The Python Junior classes introduces younger coders to text based syntax and the fundamentals of computer science.

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Advanced Computer Scientists

Students practice what they learned in Python Jr and App Inventor, and learn advanced coding concepts, to create games and mobile applications using Python, App Inventor, micro:bits, and more. 

Complete Python Junior 2 and App Inventor 2 kids will join to the Advanced Computer Scientist to learn more

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Roblox Programming

We're teaching Roblox in private lesson

Private Lesson Private Lesson

Do you need a flexible schedule / content?

We have private and semi-private lessons. Please contact us for details.

All Classes for Age 10-12

App Inventor 1

App Inventor 1’s goal is to introduce mobile app programming, instill confidence and an adventurous spirit for students to continue exploring to become little app creators.

App Inventor 2

App Inventor 2 will uncover the detail-oriented side of students as they enter the process of wireframing to strive to build an app that can solve a real world problem.

Python Junior 1

In this program specifically designed based on the PSLE Mathematics curriculum, Mathematics will be used as the context through which students pick up Python programming skills.

Python Junior 2

Students will have learned how to run loops with conditionals to solve various Math problems.

Advanced Computer Scientists

Students practice what they learned in Python Jr and App Inventor, and learn advanced coding concepts, to create games and mobile applications using Python, App Inventor, micro:bits, and more.