École Française Jacques Prévert - After School Clubs

Welcome to our first term of After School Clubs at École Française Jacques Prévert! We're excited to bring you four new Coding Clubs. You can read more about the club down below.
Age Junior Coders Club: Year 3 to Year 4. Mini Coders Club: Years 1 to Year 2. Senior Coders Club: Years 5 to Year 6. Lego Robotics: Year 3 to Year 4
Difficulty Level Junior Coders Club: Suitable for all students. Mini Coders Club: Suitable for beginners. Senior Coders Club: Suitable for all students. Lego Robotics: Suitable for all students.
Autumn Term 2022
Every week from from 5th September to 16th December (excluding half-term)
Date & Times Mondays / Junior Coders Club (3.45-5pm)
Wednesdays / Mini Coders Club (1.15-2.30pm)
Thursdays / Senior Coders Club (3.45-5pm)
Fridays / Lego Robotics Club (3.45-5pm)
Price £192.00
Any questions?
Please email hello@blueshiftcoding.com; we'll be more than happy to help!

Junior Coders Club

Would your child love to learn to code? In this introductory course, designed specifically for young children, we explore the exciting world of Scratch coding. Using our award-winning curriculum, focusing on creativity and practical coding applications, we will lead the class through a series of tutorials looking at key parts of block-based coding to create animations, games, and more.

Mini Coders Club

Designed specifically for our youngest students with no previous technological experience, our Mini Coders course starts with basic ICT skills and computing concepts to introduce children to the exciting world of coding. Our specially designed activities allow your child to develop their programming skills using Scratch JR, an introductory programming language that enables young children to create their own stories, animations and games. An emphasis is placed on freedom of expression, as our project-based learning encourages children to freely express their creativity as they write and modify code!

Senior Coders Club

Would your child love to learn one of the most commonly-used programming languages in the world? This course introduces young learners, new to text-based coding, to Javascript. They will create fun games and apps using simple coding concepts.

In this course we use a platform called ‘Bitsbox’. It’s a great introductory format for Javascript as it allows kids to learn about the intricacies of text-based coding languages easily. Students will learn about the differences between Scratch and Bitsbox by building apps, programming an interactive quiz, and creating an Angry Birds game. 

Lego Robotics Club

Is your child a budding artist or an engineer who loves to build and create things? Do they take things apart to figure out how they work? Or maybe they just love LEGO and you’d like to channel their passion into something more educational?

This course introduces children aged 6 to 9 to design, engineering and robotics through a series of imaginative projects and challenges. Each day, students will work on new themes, from animals to space. As such, our students are always given a new challenges, stretching their imagination and demonstrating a practical application of technology. They complete these projects by building robots that use Lego Wedo®, a kit designed especially for children.

Junior Coders Club
Mini Coders Club
Senior Coders Club
Lego Robotics Club

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