Our Lessons Include

Our robotics hour involves both building and programming robots!


People love things when they're fun, so we've structured an enjoyable educational curriculum for your child or teenager.

Fun Education

Your young person will be provided their own laptop to use during coding sessions.

Free laptop use

Each student works at their own pace, keeping them challenged at any age and experience level.

Year 4 - 13 Learning

Welcome To Coding New Zealand

Coding is what makes technology work. Your computer, cellphone, websites, car display systems, electric vacuum cleaner - they're all made by coding! Learning to code means your young person will learn to write the languages that technology reads.

Your young person will be able to not only passively consume technology, but understand how to control it so they can be an active part of the digital age.

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Our lessons are suitable for school year 4 to 13 students. Want to know more? Use the button below to see location details.


Did You Know?

We teach coding languages at a high level that is career relevant and might otherwise only become available to students in Senior High School or University years.

"Logic" taught by programs like Scratch is not the same as "coding languages".

Our facilitators are educated on an ongoing basis along with our curriculum being updated every term so that we stay current.

In our robotics & computer hardware lesson each term students can choose to build robots, take apart a computer or program robots!

The 3 highest median salaries for jobs advertised on TradeMe in 2017 were all coding related (according to careers.govt.nz). There is both currently and projected to continue being a massive shortage in skilled coders.

Computer Coding Paves The Way To Success

Knowing how to program technology/computers (coding) opens up a world of opportunities.

Coding is like any other school subject and in order to master it students must start from the basics (e.g. building a website) before they move onto more intense things. Sometimes students will enjoy coding and sometimes they won't, it is an incredibly valuable skill. Being comfortable coding can open the way to many successful paths for students' in life, as well as providing immediate brain development and strategic thinking benefits.

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All of my friends who have younger siblings...my number one piece of advice is: You should learn how to program.

Mark Zuckerberg Creator of Facebook

Why Have Your Child or Teenager Learn To Code?

  • Language learning is good for their brain
  • It's a fun way to expand their intellectual awareness/horizons
  • They'll get skills in a job rich area
  • It encourages creativity and outside of the box thinking
  • It supports the development of logic