Stanislav, Teacher

BA Games Development and Futures, ACM London

Practice makes perfect, but it also leads to many mistakes in the process. Be as open as possible to making these mistakes as the more you make, the faster you learn!
  • Core topics
  • Scratch
  • Game design
  • Specialist topics
  • Roblox
  • Unity
  • GCSE prep

My love for coding started in secondary school from a deep passion for computer technology and video games. I went on to study at a games design college and since then I’ve created simple arcade-style games, with dynamic score systems, fluid animations and even an online leaderboard to encourage competition among players. I was inspired to start teaching through my own experience with my teachers, who have constantly supported me with pursuing my career. I find teaching deeply rewarding and really love that young people bring a lot of enthusiasm. I also believe learning to code means you have the capabilities to tap into the rapidly evolving technological world which will further help students pursue almost any career. 

  • “He really helped us and would always know how to solve problems.”

    Marlo, 8

  • “My son really enjoyed it. Stanislav was great. Very calm, reassuring and took time to chat and ask what my son likes to do etc.”

    David, private tuition parent

  • “I enjoyed building LEGO Spybots with Stanislav!”

    Oscar, 10

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