Python Coding Holiday Camps for kids & teens
Code your own games with Python
In this 5 day long holiday camp, your child will learn programming by coding their own games in Python.
Python is used by the world’s biggest tech giants to code their games & apps. In fact tech giants that your child is highly familiar with, such as Google, Facebook & Microsoft, all use Python to code their platforms.
By the end of this holiday camp, your child will have a fully coded game in Python, which they can share with family and friends.
The code they write will also be an outstanding piece of portfolio that will impress at any potential school or college interview!
The course will also improve your child’s soft-skills, such as critical thinking, problem solving and will boost their self-confidence.
Want to be a coder? Book your seat today!
Join online or in Person
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Fun & Educational
9 years +
Passionate about tech
No experience required
Mon – Fri
10 am to 3 pm
“Once we found out you had online classes we booked first thing. Since we moved out of England it was dishartening that Mika may not have been joining the classes but we are so glad to be doing the sessions online.”
– William, Parent
Everything you need to know about Python Coding Holiday Camps For kids
Your child will learn critical technical coding skills in this camp. Students are introduced to coding terminologies and practices, and they will use a variety of coding principles to make their game. They’ll learn about variables, functions, loops, events, arrays and much more. They will then continue to implement graphics in their projects and creating user interface. By the end of the camp, your child will have learnt all the principles of coding!
This course will improve your child’s soft skills as a result of it’s technicality. During the camp, students will face different challenges, & tasks. This is aimed to improve their critical thinking & problem-solving skills.
By the end of the camp, your child will have a completed project to share with family & friends. But that’s not all! Having a completed coding project would bean outstanding portfolio piece of portfolio, and will always be considered as a great achievement by potential schools, colleges and even employers!
Additionally, by completing a camp, students will achieve 1/3 of the criteria required to get an NCFE accredited qualification, should you choose to get your child officially certified!
This course will help your child progress faster & better at school & college. Students will learn a lot more about computer science and it greatly compliment their subjects at schools & colleges.
At Software Academy, you will also have the option to get your child certified. Our NCFE accredited qualifications go up to 3 levels: Level 1 Award, Level 2 Certificate, and Level 3 Diploma. By joining 3 holiday camps, your child will meet the requirements to achieve Level 1 award, and can then progress onto level 2 & 3!
This camp runs during school holidays, so it’s been designed with fun & excitement in mind! But the bigger picture, is that your child will code their own games instead of playing them.
And that is exactly our aim, to transform students from users of technology, to innovators of technology! In this course, your child will unleash their imagination and creativity to make their own game!
Understanding how coding works will equip your child with priceless experience and knowledge. Since they will be a language used by tech giants like Google and Microsoft, they’ll be able to discover potential career paths. Learning to code opens up a world of opportunities, because the skills they learn are highly transferable in other sectors. Whether they want to code their own games or launch a rocket into space, coding is always going to be back bone of any tech project!
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