LEARN TO CODE
CODE TO LEARN
We teach children & adults of all ages to code
Why Should Our Kids Learn To Code?
Learn the language that writes the future
"In the digital age, computer science is a foundational skill vital for every student to learn.
It's a skill that applies to many different subjects, including math, science, art and music."
— Hal Speed (Head of North America at the Micro:bit Foundation)
We have a number of classes running across North London and are always looking for opportunities to introduce coding to a new group of students. Sign up to one of our courses and start your journey as a coder!
Find the course that's right for you.
Take a look through our current courses and reserve your place!
A New Way Of Thinking.
WHAT IS PROGRAMMING?
Programming is the art of writing an ordered set of steps that are able to command a computer to solve a problem, or perform a task.
Discover The Raspberry Pi
The amazing credit card-sized computer
The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit card-sized computer. This small computer offers unlimited possibilities! Plug it in to a TV or monitor, attach it to a standard keyboard and mouse, and you are ready to code, experiment, solve problems, making cool gadgets and have fun!
The Raspberry Pi was developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to promote the teaching of basic computer science in school and at home.
Learn The Language That Writes The Future.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
We are living in a world dominated by technology. Understanding hardware and software is now as important as reading and writing.
The 4 C's of Coding
Coding is an important skill that can be applied to any field because computers are everywhere! Do you want to be a designer? A doctor? Literacy in coding is an advantage in every industry in this technology-driven economy.
Critical thinking is an essential part of creativity and logic because we need critical thinking to evaluate and improve our ideas. For a coder, it is essential that you know how to make use of information to solve problems.
Computational thinking is the though process involved in formulating a problem and expressing its solutions in such a way that a computer can effectively carry out a series of instructions.
There are many benefits to collaborating and sharing your ideas. As a group, our students work together, utilising their individual strengths while improving together at the same time. The more minds that come together, the more our coders are able to grow.
Benefits of Studying Coding
Unlock your potential & discover new opportunities by developing a range of
fundamental, transferable skills that can be applied to a range of subjects and careers.
Creative Problem Solving
Make Your Ideas
Accuracy & Precision
Working Under Pressure
Direction & Vision