Scratch for Beginners: Mini Games

Scratch for Beginners: Mini Games

CLUB CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE - our online after-school clubs are currently not available to book. Still want to get coding? Join us for our online summer courses happening now!
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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 Scratch for Beginners: Mini Games course. 

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

Please note: we will be covering different content in our weekly and daily classes.

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.

In this course, students will use Scratch, a language invented by MIT to teach kids how to code. They will use this block-based language to develop important coding skills, as well as get to express creativity by working on multiple game and app projects. Guided through a series of challenges and tutorials, each student will create their own impressive games and animations from start to finish

Our Scratch for Beginners: Animation and Games virtual course is targeted at students who are relatively new to the Scratch language or coding, but who are ready to dive into lots of fun hands-on tasks and challenges. Projects might include building a ball catch ‘pong’ game, animating sprites and characters, and learning about how more advanced Scratch concepts like conditionals and loops can be applied in engaging ways.