Coding Lab – Winner of Best Coding Curriculum, Parents World Magazine (2016/17)

Coding Lab is honoured to be announced the winner of the Best Coding Curriculum by Parents World Magazine (2016-17), as voted by parents.

This really motivates our team to continue to do better, challenging our students with our Best-in-class MIT-inspired curriculum and tech-immersive learning environment.

Thank you for your votes and support in us this past year!

Coding Lab Wins Best Coding Curriculum, Parents World (2016/17)
Coding Lab Wins Best Coding Curriculum, Parents World (2016/17)

International Olympiad in Informatics Coach & Team Leader (2020)
Singapore National Coach for NOI (2015 – 2018)
International Olympiad in Informatics (Silver)
National Olympiad in Informatics (Gold, 2nd Position)


Guangxuan is a competitive programmer. His burning passion for competitive programming led him to represent Raffles Institution and Singapore in numerous prestigious olympiads in Computing, Physics, and Mathematics. He was also part of the team that was awarded the 1st Place at Shopee’s I’m the Best Coder Competition (2019).

Beyond achievements, Guangxuan has trained countless medalists in Olympiad in Informatics Courses (NUS). He is devoted to nurturing the next generation of competitive programmers, to keep the culture of teaching alive for many years to come.

B.A. Sociology (Hons), NUS
Methodist Girls’ School (International Baccalaureate)
President, Tiny Thinkers


Thinzar is currently an undergraduate student at the National University of Singapore (NUS). She likes working with children and discovered her passion for teaching through her volunteer experience as a tutor to children during her school years.

As an educator at Coding Lab, Thinzar has discovered the importance of computational thinking in different areas of life, not just in coding. She believes it should be a skill learnt since young and wishes to impart computational thinking skills to children. Her passion for teaching and empowering the next generation led her to volunteer to lead Tiny Thinkers, a social cause to impact underprivileged children.

She hopes to be able to continue imparting knowledge to students as a teacher throughout her career.

B.Sc. Life Sciences, NUS & University of Dundee (Joint Degree Programme)
Raffles Institution
Head of Talent Acquisition, Tiny Thinkers


As a clinical researcher under the Duke-NUS Pre-Medical Course and Joint Degree Programme for Drug Design, Shravya’s grounding in Bioinformatics has helped her to realise the importance of coding and computational thinking in various career pathways, such as Life Sciences and Medicine.

Especially in a globalising world anticipating new technological innovations, she believes in the necessity to develop computational thinking amongst the young so that they are better prepared for the future. She is passionate about ensuring that every child, regardless of his/her financial background has access to developing computing skills, hence her involvement in Tiny Thinkers as the Head of Talent Acquisition.

She enjoys working with children and gains satisfaction when her students are able to understand and apply the concepts taught in class.

B.B.A. Business Analytics (Hons), NUS
NUS Business School Leadership Development Programme
National Junior College Student Council


Lakshmi is currently an undergraduate pursuing a Business degree at the National University of Singapore. She loves to read, write and draw, while dabbling in entrepreneurship, technology and community service. Serving as a publicity officer in several events throughout her school years, she found her strengths in marketing and communications.

Through her internship at Coding Lab in education and marketing, she realised she could integrate her strengths while working towards a social cause she cares about, and she hopes to be able to reach out to more students through Tiny Thinkers as she believes every student should learn computational thinking.