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Online Coding Camps For Everyone 
Ages 8 -14 Years 

14 - 17 April, Tuesday to Friday

Session Time options: 9am - 12nn / 1pm - 4pm

 

Calling all young tech enthusiasts and curious minds in Hong Kong: Our Spring Camps are a fantastic way for your child to expand their knowledge and interest in coding, robotics, AI and more! With the help of technology, students can successfully acquire digital skills online and in the comfort of their own homes. The teachers are very patient and the class sizes are small so that each students received personalised support and instant feedback.

Scratch 3.0: Build Your Own 2D Arcade Games
(Ages 8 - 9 Years)

Our Scratch 3.0®️ coding camp provides campers with a great introduction to computer programming. Using the new and improved Scratch®️ 3.0, campers will learn the basics of game design and character animation in a sophisticated, yet easy to learn environment. Campers will make 2D arcade games with multiple animated characters that can be played with friends. Using new code blocks in Scratch, campers will also explore making art with code. No prior experience necessary. All skill levels are welcome.

 

Roblox Game Design
(Ages 10 - 11 Years)

As one of the most popular gaming platforms in recent years, Roblox has captured the imagination and creativity of campers world wide. Using a unique structured approach, campers learn how to think about game development like real-world professionals. Level up your game design skills and learn to think creatively about designing worlds  Students create themes, storylines, objectives, goals, and more, then publish their games for others to play. Advanced students dive into more complex Lua coding to customise their games further.

 

Build a 2D Mini Game
(Ages 12 - 14 Years) 

Learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to build a 2D game. Students will be introduced to more advanced JavaScript concepts that will give them the skills to build a more complex and technically challenging game. Students will learn about the development process for video games, before diving into the detailed development of game assets and mechanics. They will learn to create their own environments, characters, and terrain, before moving on to concepts of frame rate, jump mechanic, game logic and collectibles. They will then explore their creativity to make the game their own. 

 

Before I took this class, I thought that the class would be for boys only so I was anxious to be the only girl in the class. But now that I tried, I can see that the level is demanding and fun and I can understand the HTML code. It is cool to be a girl who codes. Everyone can code!
- Jojo, 12 years old, Year 7

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