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Create. Discover. Collaborate. 

Coding clubs for 7-15 year olds

call us: 0449 162 677

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Enrol now for Term 4. Click school or venue below for more information.

 Can't find your school? Contact us on 0449 162 677 between 7am – 7pm daily (7 days) or email us to bring Coding Kids to your school.

If your child's school does not offer one of our programs, you can use this school locator to find a school accepting external students near you.

Your child can learn to code with Coding Kids. Join our in-school coding classes, after-school coding clubs, school holiday code camps or professional development for educators. 

Students build computer games, program robots, and design animations in a fun, authentic learning environment. Learning to code fosters a growth mindset because the learning process requires students to have a go and learn from mistakes.

Through digital projects, students learn computational thinking, algorithmic thinking, logic, problem solving, maths, computer programming concepts, graphic design and user experience. In the process, they create a tangible product using technology. Coding Kids focuses on technology creation not technology consumption. Digital literacy is as vital as traditional literacy and numeracy.

Listen to an interview of Emily de la Pena (creator of Coding Kids) on 612 ABC Radio Brisbane as she talks about why it is important to learn how to code.

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What did you like most about Coding Kids?

  • Everything!
    — Luca, Year 5, Leichhardt
  • Learning. I enjoyed learning techniques and strategies that will benefit me immensely in the future.
    — Zander, Year 5, Leichhardt
  • What a fantastic day – everyone thought it was really valuable! We loved the step by step teaching approach and seeing how you would do this for the kids' workshops.
    — Tracey King, Coordinator Library Collections and Services Noosa Library Service I Noosa Council
  • Making hard projects like the maze. It was a great challenge.
    — Ellie, Ashgrove
  • When they (children) got home they were very keen to show me what they had done and have been on Scratch ever since and are still tinkering away now.
    — Jackie (mother of two students), Brisbane

Featured Blog Posts

exploration + creativity

Focus is on play and exploration, not work. Children are engaged because coding unleashes imagination.

Create games you can play

Coding Kids has tangible results from day 1. Children can share their games and creations with friends and family.

Enthusiastic tutors

Our tutors are passionate about coding and excited to share their knowledge with the next generation.