Build something awesome
Code clubs for 7-15 year olds: Book in for Summer Holidays & Term 1, 2019.
Give your child the opportunity to build something awesome! Turn your child's interest in computers into creative, productive, learning time. Not all schools teach coding. Join our September Holiday Hackafun, Term 4 after-school code clubs, online clubs, and private tutoring for 7-15 year olds.
Lily and Hannah (10 year olds) worked together on a robot project. They built TED (The Entertainment Droid), a companion robot designed to keep lonely people company. They programmed the software and built the electronics. TED can sing a song, ask you how you are, tell a joke and much more. Let your child build something awesome!
Gain confidence and capability with delivering classes using digital technologies. Teach your students new approaches to problem solving: computational/design/systems thinking, project management, entrepreneurship, and creating digital solutions to solve community problems. Let's work together to design a PD program or school incursion to suit the needs at your school.
Build something awesome!
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Find out what our students created:
Lily and Hannah worked together on a robot project. They built TED (The Entertainment Droid), a companion robot designed to keep lonely people company. They programmed the software and built the electronics. TED can sing a song, ask you how you are, tell a joke and much more.
Abby, Lola & Matilda collaborated on a tech project. They built a 10-level maze game in Scratch. They used Tinkercad to create a 3D design of a game controller. The game controller was 3D printed and connected to a MaKey MaKey and the Scratch game.
Josh from the Gold Coast created a 3D model of a Minion using Microsoft 3D Builder.
Tadhg wanted to share his love of rugby, so he created a quiz game about rugby to share with his family and friends.
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