This camp is fast-paced and designed for children with a logical mind.
After a swift orientation of the core programming constructs, your child will learn object-orientation programming. This is where segments of code are written as blueprints and used repeatedly, meaning any updates will only need to be edited at the blueprint level, it's a methodology that creates efficient code and is used throughout the industry.
Throughout the week your child will learn advanced coding and mathematical concepts, from code that can react to keyboard presses and mouse inputs, through to reactive physics systems and much, much more.
In addition to coding, your child will also learn about game lifecycles, user interaction and installation – culminating in an awesome series of retro 2D games to take home.
Absolutely. We accept a number of childcare voucher schemes. Please see our childcare voucher page for more details.
All summer camps last for 5 days of teaching time, our residential courses start a day earlier than our daytime camps but teaching is always Mon-Fri.Day Camps: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm (we do not offer single day camps)
Residential Camps: Sunday 5pm to Friday 5:30pm
Note:- some location's start/end times may be earlier or later, please check your welcome pack for specific details.
Please note: some locations’ start/end times may be vary: please check your welcome pack for specific details.
We take pride in delivering courses that are both academic and most importantly, fun. No matter which class, your child will come away having learnt a lot, but not through ‘rote.’. We have top quality tutors who are great at engaging children and inspiring them. This is not about ‘playing games’ all day.
Make your child’s holiday camp experience last the whole year!
FunTech OnBoard is a series of weekly tech challenges designed to follow on from their tech camp experience, consolidating the new skills they have learned and continue their tech development.
Only £95 for the whole year (if booked at the same time as your camp).
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