Information on Coding Program?
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Junior Code Wizards (Basic)
Tech Trailblazers (Intermediate)
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Kids Computer Coding Classes
been curated by top Science Researchers, Domain Experts. It runs alongside the school terms,
. in 4 blocks of 12 Weeks each with 1 year Certification course.
|Computing||Junior Code Wizards||Tech Trailblazers||Digital Innovators|
|Duration||40 Weeks||40 Weeks||40 Weeks|
|Class Day & Time||Monday to Friday, 5:00 to 6:00 PM|
|Age||7-11 year||11-14 year||14+ year|
|Course Instructor||Domain Certified Experts from Top UK & US Universities|
|Assignments and Deadlines||Weekly coding assignments will be given. Block project due on Week 12.|
2023 ClassesHere are the featured classes for the 2023 UK Summer Games Dev Boot Camp. If you want more info about the classes or want to learn more about our Summer camp then please click the links below. Each week will guide your child through key principles and important concepts that will help them understand each class and set them on the road to better career prospects. Teaches children as young as 9 the basics of computer programming As children gain more and more confidence they can go on to more ‘unlockable’ advanced tasks Create an educational game designed to be played with parents or an older sibling Teaches skills required by the new National Curriculum
Children between the ages of 7 and 14 can begin learning coding.
Coding develops problem-solving skills, logical thinking, creativity, and fosters computational thinking abilities
Scratch, Blockly, and Python are popular coding languages for young children.
Reputable coding programs employ secure platforms and implement strict privacy measures to protect children online.
Coding programs often utilize interactive and engaging activities, projects, and games to teach programming concepts.
No, coding programs are beneficial for all children, regardless of their future career aspirations, as coding skills have broad applications.
Many coding programs incorporate group projects and coding challenges that encourage collaboration and teamwork among participants.
Yes, reputable coding programs offer personalized learning paths and adaptive content to cater to each child’s needs.
Coding programs often provide parent portals, progress reports, and resources to help parents support their child’s learning journey.
No, coding programs are designed for beginners, and no prior experience is necessary for children or parents.
Coding skills can open doors to various career paths such as software development, data analysis, robotics, and game design.
Coding programs teach children to break down complex problems into smaller logical steps, promoting analytical and critical thinking skills.
Some coding programs incorporate elements of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), providing a holistic learning experience.
Coding programs encourage children to think creatively to design and develop their own unique projects and applications.
The duration and time commitment vary depending on the coding program. Some programs offer flexible schedules, allowing children to learn at their own pace.
Summer Boot Camps
Kids Learn how to build their own Gaming PC in Glasgow aged 8 – 18
First time Kids Learn how to build their own Gaming PC in Glasgow Due to high demand. Learn hardware engineering skills at early age. Have Fun and learn how to repair and assemble your own PC for under £500.
Date and Time – Sunday – 12th August 10 to 3pm.
Cost – £100 ( 50% early bird discount available)
First of all an Introduction to Kids Learn how to build their own Gaming PC in Glasgow specifies describing the tasks and procedures involved in building a Gaming PC and installing the software.
Health and Safety
Create awareness of the safety techniques in involved when building a gaming PC to keep the user free from harm and protect the delicate electrical components.
Cyber Security Seminar By 12 Years Old
Cyber Security Seminar for Kids in UK
Dhruv Maheshwari is a 12-year-old Cyber Security Certified lad and the youngest such certified chap in Scotland. His series of cyber security and IT videos can be viewed on the British Youth International College YouTube channel. Here is a link for his videos on cyber security.
In his upcoming seminar on 25th Feb 2018 from 2 to 4pm @Community Central Hall in Mayhill, Maheshwari will be discussing aspects of the following topics
- Using strong passwords for email and social media accounts
- Staying safe from spyware threats using specific security solutions
- Keeping operating systems and computer applications up-to-date
- Using standard user accounts in Windows
- UAC (user account control) best practices
- Using a secure browser when online
- Public and free wi-fi trust issues