We love Python and in this course, we promise you will start feeling its true power too as you solve real life problems using Python. From building games, to using live data from the internet to plotting graphs, this course has it all.
Choose this course, if your child is confidently using strings and if statements.
come back to us after their first course. Perhaps because we leave no stone unturned to make our courses fun.
would recommend us to other parents. We take a genuine interest in the long-term learning of your child.
If your child is not learning enough or not having fun, you can have your money back. You be the judge.
What you will learn
Apply fundamental concepts of Computer Programming to solve real-life problems
Learn advanced techniques and design thinking as you build your own cool games and do what the pros do at Google and Netflix
Solve problems in a structured way, develop critical reasoning, logical thinking and gain creative confidence
Requirements & Setup
A laptop or desktop computer with an active internet connection
A microphone, speakers and a camera - a webcam or an inbuilt camera for video calling.
You will need the permissions to install Python on your computer.
Python is a text based programming language that is widely used today in the most successful tech companies such as Google, Netflix and Facebook. In fact, YouTube and Instagram have been written in Python.
Well, you must be very comfortable with variables, input and 'if' conditionals. Ideally, you should also understand how loops (while and for) work, but don't worry if you don't.
We will have no more than 6 students per teacher, ideally between 4 and 6, to maximise both learning through collaboration with peers and personal attention from the teacher.
Absolutely. You will learn how to code in Python and appreciate how powerful it is. It's a great tool to have in your arsenal. Having said that, if you are already a Java/C/C++ expert, then you will pick up Python quite easily.
Not yet and at the moment, it's not in the works either. That's not to say Java is not fun. Python, in our opinion, is superior in many ways and the language of choice.