Students learn professional coding languages while making websites and games.

Beginner to Expert Coding

Making it fun to learn...

 What is coding

 How to use a code editor

 HTML coding language

 CSS coding language

 Linear programming logic (conditional statements)

 Mathematics (graphs, percentages, operators)

 JavaScript coding language

 p5.js JavaScript framework

 Object orientated programming logic (classes and functions)

 Physics (vectors, gravity, forces)

 Domains and hosting

How lessons work
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Coding Can Lead Into Careers

Learning to code opens extra opportunities for your child's future.

Technical

Programming

Programming is a financially and emotionally rewarding job. Information technology has been the highest paying industry in NZ for 3 years running, and many programmers enjoy the varied nature of their role.

Website development

Website development

E.g. Facebook, Google
Game development

Game development

E.g. Minecraft, Farmville
App development

App development

E.g. Whatsapp, Twitter
Robotics software

Robotics software

E.g. Electric car, automatic vaccuum
AI software

AI software

E.g. Siri, Deepfake
Research and Modelling

Research and Modelling

E.g. Environmental and analytical studies
Business software

Business software

E.g. Email, Seek
VR software

VR software

E.g. Oculus, Quest

And many more...

Business

Management

Almost every business uses technology, as it's often pivotal to business success. A such, many important modern business management positions are complemented by (or even require) a coding skillset.

Product owner

Product owner

Average salary: $100k
Project manager

IT Project manager

Average salary: $98k
Chief Technology Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Average salary: $145k
Chief Information Officer

Chief Information Officer

Average salary: $180k
Chief Innovation Officer

Chief Innovation Officer

Average salary: $145k
Dev team lead

Dev team lead

Average salary: $100k
Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur

Salary varies
Business analyst

IT Business analyst

Average salary: $76k

And many more...

Creative

Industry specific

Technology can be applied to improve almost any career path. From creating an online presence and booking system for a self employed gardener, to helping an artist understand NFTs. Below are some common uses for technology in different jobs.

Doctor

Doctors

Use: Patient record systems
Lawyer

Laywers

Use: Case law databases
Engineer

Engineers

Use: Matlab and modelling software
Architect

Architects

Use: Drawing and quoting software
Accountant

Accountants

Use: Xero and MYOB
Artist

Artists

Use: Digital drawing tools and auction sites
Firefighter

Firefighters

Use: Alert systems
Youtuber

Youtubers

Use: Video editting software

And many more...

Learning Style Project Based

We believe in a project based learning style. While building various websites, games and applications, students will learn professional coding languages. To unlock the next stage in our gamified curriculum, students need to pass a challenge that draws on the knowledge they've gained during that stage. This ensures students learn how to apply their new knowledge to solving coding challenges.

Frequently asked questions

We have 10 year olds learning first year university level content! Because each child can go at their own pace, and receives individual guidance from expert tutors, we're able to see students excel far past their in school curriculum coding level.

How much is covered in the first lesson will depend on how quickly an individual student progresses through the curriculum. At a minimum, students will learn what coding is, how to use a code editor, and the HTML coding language to make a website.

Our lessons are suitable for beginner through to advanced coders. We allow students to go through the curriculum as quickly as they like (provided they pass the given challenges) so advanced coders will often spend the first couple of lessons racing through content until they get up to a stage that is challenging for them. For advanced coders these initial few lessons serve as good revision, and help to ensure they haven't missed any foundational knowledge.