Your kids will love learning to code in our hands-on and engaging drag-and-drop Scratch coding classes.
Scratch is a friendly, fun platform that engages kids quickly and builds their core understanding of key coding concepts such as loops, conditionals, variables, lists, operators and custom blocks. It’s a great course to both start and continue your coding journey. Our programs are a brilliant way for your child to start developing future-fit STEM skills that are beyond what they’re taught in school.
Catering to new and returning students, our coursework tailored to the experience level of the class. For returning students, assigned activities build on prior learnings and stretch skills with more complex coding tasks.
**SCHOOL TERM PROGRAMS: Please note, enrolments are only open to attendees of the school location.
Scratch is available at
In order to enrol in a School Term Program, you must be a student of that school
This course includes
In our Scratch Course, your kids will:
- Gain essential critical thinking and problem solving skills
- Build classic games, including Space Invaders, Angry Bird and Pac Man.
- Develop skills in the fundamentals of programming quickly through block-based coding via a drag and drop interface, while creating interactive stories, animations and games.
- Learn 10 hours of valuable content, delivered weekly
Our expert tutors not only make learning fun, but they also adapt their classes to cater to the experience level of all students - so whether your child is a coding whiz, or has never ventured into the world of coding at all, this course is for them.
Happy coding! We’ll see you in class.
Students are required to bring their own device and power cord. Accepted devices include laptops (Windows, Mac, Chromebook) and iPads/Tablets. If students are using an iPad, we highly recommend you also bring a detachable keyboard (Bluetooth tethered).
If your child is not proficient with using a laptop trackpad, please bring your own MOUSE. If you would like to save work to take home, please also bring along a USB.
Students create their Scratch projects using the SCRATCH Coding platform. This is a cloud-based software that does not require installation prior to class.
Students may also download an offline SCRATCH editor to their devices here: https://scratch.mit.edu/download