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Scratch for Beginners: Introduction

Want to teach your child how to code but not sure where to start? You've come to the right place! Designed from the ground-up for young children, our Scratch for Beginners: Introduction course is the ideal way to give your child brand new coding and computer skills. Join us for this term time club, running at 16:30-17:45PM on Mondays. For students aged 6-8.
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Scratch for Beginners: Alien Adventure

Does your child want to explore code and alien planets at the same time? This course is ideal for any kids who love space, extraterrestrial life, or have an out of this world imagination! Join us for this term time club, running at 16:30-17:45PM on Wednesdays. For students aged 6-8.
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JavaScript for Beginners: Introduction

Aimed at those with little to no coding knowledge, this course covers the fundamental elements of programming using JavaScript. It's ideal for young intermediate coders with some experience of block-based coding who want to move onto text-based languages. This term time club is running at 16:30-17:45PM on Mondays. Suitable for students aged 8-12.
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Intermediate JavaScript: Intro to P5.js

This course combines text-based programming, innovative digital art projects, and game design to teach real-world skills… all through self expression and individual creativity! It's ideal for any students who have a creative flair or an interest in gaming. This term time club is running at 16:30-17:45PM on Tuesdays. Suitable for students aged 10-14.
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  • "My son says blue{shift}’s Minecraft camp was the best thing he has ever done, ever!”

    Andrew C, Parent
  • "By all accounts, the day went really well. The children's feedback has been great - some even want to come and work here now!"

    Colin, Simply Business
  • "The blue{shift} teachers are incredibly knowledgeable and we were impressed with how they delivered inspiring content"

    Ms. Watt, Deputy Head, Eaton Square Kensington

Reasons to choose blue{shift}

Creative

Creative

We encourage children to learn to code through making while flexing their creative muscles, learning resilience and problem solving.

Collaborative

Collaborative

In our clubs and camps, coding becomes a social activity. We encourage children to collaborate and work together.

World skills

World skills

We believe every child should learn to code and gain digital literacy skills. These skills will equip them to be well-educated citizens in a rapidly changing world.

Fun

Fun

Our clubs are a balance of hard work, thinking, play, and online and offline activities. Children come away loving coding and robotics and delighted by the things they make.