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Laptops for the Programming Courses Arrived

Sydney Programming School teaches kids how to code. Code4fun

It is just one week left till Sydney Programming School very first computer class begins!!! Just in time: new awesome laptops for our students arrived! Sydney Programming School team has set them up with all amazing resources to get kids started. Cannot wait to see how this all will work. See you all 27th April at Mosman Art Gallery.

Dear Parents,

Do your children want to learn how their favorite computer game works? Maybe they want to learn how to build their own?

Sydney Programming School has been started by Mosman parents in order to turn the time that kids are already spending on computers, playing games, into an engaging way to learn how technology works.

We will be teaching school kids from Year 3 to Year 9 how to create computer programs, websites, mobile apps and, of course, their own computer games.


Our classes are held at Mosman Art Gallery.


Every Monday. The first class will start on 27th April 2015

Two time-slots are available: 3.30pm – 4:30pm, and 4:40pm – 5:40pm.

How much does it cost?

The first class is free for all new students!

The price per class is $20. You can pay for the whole term and get 10% discount.


Booking is essential because places are limited. We can supply a computer for your child, or they are welcome to bring their own laptop with Wi-Fi access.

To express your interest, just complete your request with your child’s name, school year, and preferred time via our website at www.code4fun.com.au

If your child is interested, but would prefer another day / time, please let us know as we will be running extra classes in the near future.

For more information visit us at www.code4fun.com.au or just drop us a line at info@code4fun.com.au

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Meet a CODE4FUN Head of Teaching.

CODE4FUN is excited to introduce Jesse Clark, our Head of Teaching.

Jesse is a computer science researcher at University of Technology Sydney. Before moving to Australia from USA, he has implemented distributed systems and web and mobile applications for several Silicon Valley startups. At NASA he developed databases for the International Space Station and robotics simulations for the Hubble Space Telescope.

Jesse and his team are also a winner of the Best Human-Robot Interaction award at the international RoboCup in Japan #robocup2017.

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