Holiday Hackafun Code Camps

Spring School Holidays

Coding Kids is running full-day Holiday Hackafun events these July Holidays. This is what we get up to in one day. Every day we create different projects and learn new concepts.

We have two programs:

  • Junior program for 7-10 year olds
  • Senior program for 11-15 year olds

All tutors have Blue Cards (police checks) and are trained with the Coding Kids method. We have 2 tutors to every 15 students.


Daily Schedule

7 .00am - Drop off from 7.00 am, children are supervised until 9 am.

9.00 am - Let's get started! Icebreaker and unplugged computational thinking activities.

11.00 am - Fresh-air time and a snack!

11.30 am - Let's get coding! Select either a drag and drop coding class or a textual programming language class. Build your own computer game, design characters and explore storyline through code.

1.00 pm - Adventure time! Kids will fill their hungry tummies and let off some energy with outdoor activities.

2.00 pm - Let's explore! Choose from our various afternoon activity options. 3D design, electronics, coding art and graphic design, inventing musical instruments, robotics and much more.

3.30 pm - Time for some fresh air and a snack!

4.00 pm - Extend and Grow! Kids will have the option to work on an existing project or create a new project from various subjects.

4.30 pm - 6.00 pm - Pick up from 4.30pm. Children are supervised until parents/guardians arrive.

Find out what our students build:

Bronte created a Tiggee game. She loved the two sprites called Nano and Pico and so she decided to build a game where Nano had to chase and catch Pico.

Blake built an orchestra game. You can click on the various instruments, e.g. piano and saxophone, and it plays the sound.

Patrick loves Space Invaders so he decided to recreate the game. He made modifications to the original and added his own features.

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