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Our Hackathons are seasonal and run them four times a year

Our Hackathons are for ages 9 to 16. However we make provision for 7 and 8 year olds as follows:

  • Three weeks trial period
  • No payment obligation
  • if we assess them and feel they are ok, we make their enrolment permanent.

We have a reduced price as follows For:

  • one child $150 ($200)
  • Two Children $175  ($230)
  • Three Children $200  ($260)
  • Four Children. $225  ($290).

Payments are settled online on our website.

Payment should be made within one month of the date of registration.

Once a week session. 

Two hours per session.

Interactive, sessions are 70% hands-on every child participates with Home Works.

Our Hackathons are structured so that students from one hackathon to the next, in Level 1, Level 2, …. fashion in such away so that students grasp measurable academic mastery computer science foundation concepts, and are monitored that they are stacking coding experiences on trending technologies.

We will inform you by email, after you are registered, but for now around mid February 2024.

In L1, we focus the foundational model of programming and computer science. The whole purpose of an L1 Hackathon for the learner to appreciate the purpose of coding is to solve some real world problem. For children in their formative years, Scratch block programming has proven through out the years to be a language of choice for children to embark on their coding journey.

Here is one lesson sample, Enjoy!

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Other Common Questions

Parents often wonder about the right age to introduce coding to their children. While there is no one-size-fits-all answer, many educators and experts believe that children as young as 5 or 6 years old can start with simple coding concepts through age-appropriate visual programming languages. As they grow older and gain more experience, they can progress to more advanced languages and concepts.

Many parents are concerned about their own coding abilities when considering teaching their children. The good news is that you don't have to be a coding expert to introduce coding to your child. Numerous resources, online platforms, and coding apps designed for kids provide step-by-step guidance and interactive learning experiences. Parents can learn alongside their children and explore coding together

Parents often inquire about the best programming language for children to start with. Python and Scratch are among the most recommended languages for beginners due to their user-friendly syntax and extensive educational resources available for young learners. Scratch, in particular, is designed specifically for kids and allows them to create interactive stories, games, and animations using visual blocks.

Many parents are interested in incorporating coding into their child's formal education. The availability of coding classes or clubs at schools varies depending on the educational institution and its resources.

Some schools have started introducing coding as part of their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) curriculum, while others may offer coding as an extracurricular activity.

Parents often seek to understand the specific advantages of teaching coding to their children. The benefits include enhanced problem-solving skills, improved critical thinking, increased creativity, exposure to technology, and potential career opportunities in the future.

Additionally, learning coding can help children develop perseverance, teamwork, and confidence, which are valuable life skills.