Thamzid, Teacher

BSc Computer Science at Birkbeck, University of London

Coding is the digital skill of the future. It’s logic, science, maths, business and marketing all wrapped into one - and on top of that, it’s fun and creative!
  • Core topics
  • Scratch & Scratch Jr JavaScript (with Bitsbox)
  • MakeCode Arcade
  • Lua (with Roblox)
  • Digital Arts and Animation
  • Minecraft Education
  • Specialist topics
  • C# (with Unity)
  • Python

I joined BlueShift through an internship where I developed educational materials, designed lesson plans, and produced engaging content to facilitate effective learning. After my internship, I became a teacher at BlueShift, driven by the belief that digital skills are essential in our increasingly tech-driven world. Teaching coding not only fosters problem-solving skills but also creativity, as students explore game design through programs like Roblox and Unity. Moreover, teaching deepens my own understanding, as it requires me to fully understand concepts to explain them clearly.

I prioritise engaging students by asking questions, incorporating small games to build confidence, and encouraging them to learn from failures to ensure deep understanding. Besides teaching, I am passionate about robotics and eager to explore various business areas to see where my problem-solving skills can take me.


Rescheduling lessons

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If your child is feeling unwell, we might be able to reschedule your lesson up to 2 hours before the lesson is supposed to start for online tuition, and up to 4 hours before the lesson is due to start for in-person tuition.

Missing a lesson

Please be aware that if you miss a lesson for any reason and do not give us at least 24 hours notice we will take this as a no-show and charge you the full rate of this session without an opportunity to reschedule, as we must compensate our tutors for their time.


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