Students can enjoy a one hour activity each week.
Learning to make websites, games and applications
Expert tutor help
Profiles to share creations with friends and family
Limited spaces available
No credit card required
Our Vision for NZ's Future
Our vision is to see NZ become a top global exporter of digital products. Our country is so far away from the rest of the world physically, and digital products don't need to be shipped! Information technology is a lucrative industry that would yield great results for our students and our country. Kiwis have always been good at DIY, so lets upskill to create digitally too.
|Understanding what coding is|
|How to use a code editor|
|HTML coding language|
|CSS coding language|
|Linear and object orientated programming (includes functions, classes, objects, methods etc.)|
|Mathematics (graphs, percentages, assignment and comparison operators)|
|Coding fundamentals (arrays, conditional statements, loops)|
|Physics (vectors, gravity, forces)|
|Problem solving and breaking large challenges into small bits|
So far I've learnt how to code a website and a game. It's fun. It's always just a little bit hard, which is good because it means I'm learning. Having a tutor online to help when I need it is so great.
My son's tutor offers excellent support and guidance, encouraging him to learn and grow...He has gained considerable coding knowledge, understanding and skills, that I believe are essential in preparing him well for the future.
1. Sign up for a free coding activity
2. See the welcome email we sent you
3. When you receive the reminder text, login at codingnz.com/login to access the activity.
CTO / Director & Tutor
CEO / Founder & Tutor
Activities are running for one hour at 4pm, 5pm and 6pm on weekdays in 2022. Students can attend for one hour per week.
We send parents a reminder text before the activity starts. This text contains a free rescheduling link if you need to reschedule for any reason.
Students will need a device with a physical keyboard (e.g. laptop, chromebook, Mac etc.) A tablet/iPad or phone with a keyboard will not be suitable. Students also need to be using the Chrome internet browser (most devices already have it, but a free download is available here if needed).
Subject to availability. Spots are filling fast.