Code Camp Holiday Programs
- Tue Dec 13 2016
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Code Camp is offering a HEAP of holiday programs across Sydney these Summer school holidays, where kids of all ages will create and build iPhone apps, games and websites.
There are 4 kinds of camps, suited to kids of different ages:
Little League (Grades K-1)
Our little coders make their first small but important leap from consumers of technology to creators of it! Using a range of iPad based coding tools mixed with a healthy dose of physical, offline activities to promote collaboration, creativity and teamwork, our Little League is the perfect place to start your son or daughter’s coding journey.
Leap (Grades 4-8)
Ignite (Grades 2-7)
Completed Spark (or our previously named ‘Beginners’ course)? Next stop is Code Camp Ignite! Returning students will build on their skills and create new apps with increasingly complex logic, more code, behaviours and problem solving.
Spark (Grades 2-7)
Fun, engaging and challenging… and are our most known Code Camp which more than 10,000 students have completed. Code Camp Spark is where every student in grades 2-7 should start their Code Camp journey. It’s more fun than hunting for Pokemon, and you’ll learn, create and build your very own iPhone/Android app! Logic, computational thinking, user experience, creativity and problem solving of building apps and games are all covered.
Where: Various locations across Sydney – see below for full list
When: Various dates between 13 December 2016 and 25 January 2017
Cost: Prices range from $230- $440
Code Camp locations: Wahroonga, Stanmore, Gordon, Edgecliff, North Sydney,Hammondville, Annandale, St Leonards, Parramatta, Paddington, Collaroy, Randwick, South Coogee, Asquith, Kellyville, Brighton-Le-Sands, Gymea Bay, Liverpool, Five Dock, Bankstown, CBD, West Pennant Hills, Concord West, Dural, Newtown & Lane Cove.
For more information, to find a camp near you and to register, visit their website.
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