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From Scratch to Unity – Computer Programming for Children

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2016 enrolment for computer programming courses is now opened. Y1-Y9 students learn Scratch, JavaScript, Game Development, Unity3D coding and Mobile Apps.

Students begin from the basics of programming to start coding like a pro.

Sydney Programming School plans for Term1:

Beginners Programming:

Monday class

3:30 pm – 4:30 pm 

From 1 Feb to 4 Apr 2016

Mosman Art Gallery

This course will be suitable for beginners (Y1-Y5) and for children with a little coding experience.

Students will be introduced to the basics of coding while creating their own computer games and animated projects in Scratch Coding Environment.

$180 per student per Term1

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Thursday class

4:40 pm – 5:40 pm 

From 4 Feb to 7 Apr 2016

Mosman Art Gallery 

This course will be suitable for continuing students (Y2-Y5) wishing to acquire advanced skills in Scratch Programming Environment. Students will continue to go deeper into coding concepts such as functions, variables, conditional statements, loops and events and will develop more complex computer games.

$200 per student per Term1

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Advanced Programming:

Monday class

4:40 pm – 5:40 pm 

From 1 Feb to 4 Apr 2016

Mosman Art Gallery

This course will be suitable for students (Y4-Y6) who completed at least two terms in Scratch, as we are going to use a new and more advanced coding environment, where students will be introduced to text based programming using JavaScript.

$180 per student per Term1

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Pro Programming:

Monday class

5:50 pm – 6:50 pm 

From 1 Feb to 4 Apr 2016

Mosman Art Gallery

This course is suitable for high school student (Y6-Y9) who are digitally savvy. We are planning to go deeper in game development and develop advanced gaming projects using UNITY platform (www.unity3d.com), which is a high-end game engine.

$180 per student per Term1

Enrol now

All courses are designed and will be taught by Jesse Clark (former NASA, now robotics researcher at UTS) and two his assistants Harrison Shoebridge, who has been recently named one of the 2000 brightest young programmers in the world and Gleb Punanov, self-taught programmer and award winning mathematician.

Looking forward to seeing you all soon.

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