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Free coding classes for kids launched in London
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The UK government has announced that from September 2014 every child will be taught coding in primary school.

But if you can’t wait until then, a series of free coding classes for children aged 7-12 has launched at the Google Campus in London.

The course has been developed by myKidsy founder Yasmine Mahmoudieh who believes that coding is an important element of the curriculum and that it is vital for children to start learning as early as possible.

Yasmine says “Our coding club is a unique and exciting opportunity which will stimulate your children and make them feel they are not in school, but in a special place that is bringing them extra talents and power.”

Children will be taught coding skills in an inspiring, creative and fun way, avoiding anything that resembles school. The teachers from CoderDojo are laid back but passionate. CoderDojo is a volunteer led movement orientated around running free not-for-profit coding clubs and regular sessions for young people.

The six week course runs every term, so you can sign up now to join in after Easter.

Venue: Google Campus London 4-5 Bonhill Street London EC2A 4BX.

Every Friday 17:15 – 19:00. Spaces are free but limited so you must enrol in advance.

Find out more and enrol via this link







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3 Comments to “Free coding classes for kids launched in London”

  1. Jess says:

    Awesome!!! Wish Canada could do that 🙂

  2. Julian says:

    Great Idea! @Jess Every country should do that!

  3. Post incroyablement captivant !!!

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