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Founded by an MIT Master's alumnus who worked in Silicon Valley, Coding Lab® 's multi award-winning curriculum is best-in-class.
Our track record speaks for itself; Coding Lab students have won medals at the National Olympiad in Informatics, represented Singapore in Global Competitions, entered the school of their choice via the Direct School Admissions (DSA) exercise and secured stellar grades for their IB or GCE 'O' and 'A' Level examinations.
Experience the Coding Lab® Difference - The preferred choice of parents and students.
Build your child’s foundation and inspire them to pick up an important lifelong skill for the future. Beginning with Game Development, students master 12 research areas under our award-winning Young Computer Scientists programme.
Let your child excel in Computational Thinking with our progressive learning roadmap which takes them through App Development, Micro:Bit and Python. Students create real-world apps and solutions and will be exposed to the intricacies of UI/UX design.
Be future-ready with our proprietary Python courses ranging from Math simulations to Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics. We also offer Academics training which include IB Java and GCE ‘O’ level coaching.
Start your child on their journey in logical thinking with our Junior Coders programme. Kids get to program an animation, direct a robot to retrieve treasure and much more! Or check out the Basic Computer Skills class, which introduces good posture and typing skills.
At Coding Lab, each and every child has an opportunity to shine. Be it representing their country on the global stage, winning a local competition or crafting a solution for the community, we provide the guidance and exposure for our students to excel.
We celebrate the achievements of our 8 students in the National Olympiad in Informatics Singapore’s Qualification Contest, one of Computing’s biggest competitions. Congratulations and a big round of applause to all of our students!