Scratch MIT Edu is a popular block-based programming language with a visually-rich coding interface. Children learn the basics of computational thinking to become systematic thinkers and problem solvers.
Our students aren't just learning to code, they are coding to learn. Our industry-standard curriculum creates a platform for children to confidently express their ideas whilst becoming comfortable in their programming journey.
What does your child learn
Build characterization in interactive storytelling projects, create animations, graphics, and music to bring their story to life.
Create own games using several coding concepts ranging from simple treasure hunt games to multi-level maze games with power-ups and scoreboards.
Learn the fundamentals of programming concepts such as debugging, sequencing, and algorithms taking their coding journey to new heights.
Whether you want to uncover the secrets of the universe, or you just want to pursue a career in
the 21st century, basic computer programming is an essential skill to learn.
- Stephen Hawking
Every student will have their own Scratch account to save the projects created during the class. Each session will have independent game-based or animation-based objectives with extensions that children can log in and try at home.
At their own pace, children learn basic programming concepts such as variables, conditionals, loops, sequencing, events, and controls.
Students who take their coding journey to next level will get hands-on knowledge in computational-thinking such as decomposition, pattern recognition, and algorithms.
Our Scratch coders will gradually develop their own project collections that they can share with the world or play with their friends.
DBS checked instructors
Individual laptops and STEM kits
Small friendly classes