Creative Coding Level 4 - Game Hacking with Python

Creative Coding Level 4 - Game Hacking with Python

Python is one of the most popular programming languages around yet simple enough to learn. We take a particularly creative approach to learning this language: creating graphics, hacking and making games in a way that really engages our students’ enthusiasm for game making. We’ll also look at more ‘tangible’ applications by making our own game controllers!
  • Age
    10 to 14
  • Date
    28 to 31 May
    Every day from 10am to 4pm (late pick-up available up to 5pm)
  • Price
  • Location
    Colville Primary School W11
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What’s included in the course

    • Assessment and individual teacher reports
    • Teacher:student ratio of 1:6 
    • Real time communication with parents using ClassDojo
    • Bring your own laptop (or rent one of ours)
    • Developing programming with Python
    • Explore robotics with Microbit
    • For intermediate to advanced coders
    • Outdoor play every day
    • Snacks and water provided
    • STEM activities and off-screen projects every day
    • Partial week bookings email us
Keeping it fresh

Regardless of the course or how many times a student takes it, we do not repeat previous projects.

Students are always challenged and, when they are ready, they work on a fresh new projects.

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Stay Connected

Every Friday we host a short parent-teacher meeting. We also use an online platform to provide live updates and allow you to connect with the class throughout the week. 

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  • “The things I liked most about camp were proper teaching, creative approach and the fact that my daughter really learnt something while having fun”


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