Start a Coding Club

3 Easy Steps To Start A Coding Club At Your School

We welcome you to join the Coding Kids family of schools. Contact us, we are always excited to onboard new schools. We align our curriculum with that of the schools, all of our tutors have blue cards and we train them to the highest standard.

It's easy for us to speak with the school and start a coding club. We make it easy for schools, there is no extra work for them to give extra value to their school community and their enrichment program.

Step One

Send us an email with your details and the details of your school. We will then email you with some information for you to send to the school principal. Fill out the form below to send us all the relevant details.

Step Two

Once the principal is aware that you’re interested in bringing Coding Kids to your school, you can send us their details and we will organise a meeting with them.

Step Three

We will take it from here! It won’t take long to set up once we are introduced to the principal at your school!

Teacher Testimonial

"Emily de la Pena has been a key contributor to the development and implementation of the Young Innovator Program at Oakleigh State School.  This is a program designed to support our students to be creative and innovative in their thinking and to apply this to the use of technology and entrepreneurship.    She has also given freely and willingly of her time to provide insights to audiences of both adults and students, at a number of events including Oakleigh’s QLD Women’s Week - a week in which we promoted the women in our community in roles of leadership and STEM. She is passionate about providing advice relating to her own experiences as a businesswoman and entrepreneur and personally I have always been impressed by her honesty, commitment to this cause, her passion and energy and to the perceptive insights she shares openly with her young learners."  

Nicola Flanagan

Head of Innovation, Oakleigh State School

 

Parent Testimonial

"Emily worked closely with us to tailor a 6-week course that introduced students to coding with Scratch and utilised Makey Makey’s so they learnt how to integrate hardware and software. The feedback from parents, children and teachers was always very positive, and we now offer an Intermediate course as well, where the students work in teams to solve a problem using coding and hardware."

Lee Brentzell

Parent & Chairperson, STEAM Sub-Committee, Bulimba State School P&C Association

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