We begin with a theoretical examination of coding logic using flowcharts and pseudocode a crucial step for a good coder – first understand the problem, outline a solution and then write code. This is followed by an orientation to Python and plenty of hands-on learning covering topics such as datatypes, variables, user inputs, branching, iteration, functions and so much more. As well as learning to code your child will also learn how to problem-solve.
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.
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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