Python for Beginners: Introduction

Python for Beginners: Introduction

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Want to get coding?

Our online after-school clubs are currently not available to book. Click here to view the summer holiday version of our Python for Beginners: Introduction course.

For an overview of all our summer classes, click here!

Favoured by both academic institutions and industry, Python is one of the most commonly used programming languages in the world, in demand at top organisations like Facebook, Google, and NASA. Python is also the preferred language of the Computing GCSE. 

Our Python for Beginners: Introduction course introduces students to this popular text-based language by taking them step-by-step through core computing concepts, and applying these to creative challenges. Indeed, we make the study of Python fun and relevant for young programmers by having them build apps that they can play and publish! After this course, students will feel more confident with the Python programming language, and be ready to learn how to develop more complex Python projects and apps.

Using video conferencing software, our virtual classroom provides students with an innovative approach to coding that balances learning computational skills with nurturing students’ curiosity and sense of discovery.

With a maximum teacher:student ratio of 1:6, each of our online courses is the perfect opportunity to engage kids and grow their coding confidence! Once set-up within our virtual learning environment, every member of the class can share their screen and other materials with the teacher, creating a collaborative atmosphere and ensuring every student can receive immediate feedback on their work.