“Count on Me, Singapore” – How do we raise our Singapore Flag to move up continuously? Our 4-6 year olds learn to code with National Pride, belting out a familiar favourite.
We got to test out the swankiest library in town – Tampines Regional Library and the newly-opened state-of-the-art IMDA Pixel Labs, where we were given the privilege to conduct a workshop as part of the opening series for the Pixel Labs. We throughly enjoyed teaching the little ones how to code, with a combination of craft, kinasethetic action, and of course ScratchJr blocks. Way to go, kiddos!
Our student, Jake was recently featured in #ALittleSomebody, by Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报. Congratulations to Jake and his cute family! From his winning Bat out of a Bat game, to a Birthday App for his Dad, to a beautiful game for his little brother, Jake is truly a young talent in coding.
P/s: Catch our Founder, Foo Yong Ning in action as he coaches Jake and his classmates during their lesson.
Doing our part to train up our young coders to become future leaders in technology!
Coding Lab is proud to be a winner of the prestigious little Award.
Getting an award like this, which is given only to a selected group of top enrichment centres and parenting products in Singapore, really serves as a solid affirmation to the hard work our team has put in, and gives us a strong mandate to continue our pursuit to provide the best coding experience for all of our students.
Rest assured, we will not rest on our laurels. We will continue to work harder, to push the boundaries, to ensure that we keep evolving so that our students get only the best from us. We will continue to do what we do best – fuelling the flame of excitement in our little coders!
Most of all, a huge Thank You to all our students, parents and partners, for your support!
Excited to be a part of the official re-opening of the new, cutting-edge Bukit Panjang Public Library this morning.
We were featured in this video by The Straits Times. The kids had loads of fun being a train and following the commands!
Every child has a special book that they like to read and reread. With technology, we help bring their imagination to life, enabling them to remember and to tell the story in their own special way – the way they want.
Based on the classic, Maisy’s Train, the children went on a Train Adventure with Code and understood the importance of giving specific instructions, as well as the key movement blocks in ScratchJr.
We also welcomed a very special guest; Minister Vivian Balakrishnan who popped by during the programme!
Seeing the look of joy and delight on the kids faces really made our day. We can’t wait to bring more stories to life with more children, with exciting programmes planned at our National Library Singapore!
As part of the official opening series of the Bukit Panjang Regional Library, we also conducted a series of coding workshops for preschoolers. The theme, Train Adventures with code provided loads of fun and entertainment as they learned how to program their trains both physically and digitally.
• NEW! Coding with Pororo! (Ages 4-8) – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Founded by an MIT Alumnus who worked in Silicon Valley, our MIT-inspired curriculum challenges your child to develop computational thinking and problem-solving skills, with a strong emphasis on inquiry-based learning and the application of key mathematical concepts.
We are honoured to have been voted the Best Coding Curriculum (16/17) by Parents, as awarded by Parents World Magazine, Singapore.
Coding Lab offers programming classes for ages 4-16 in Japan, Perth and Singapore.
Yesterday, more than 1000 kids from Woodlands Ring Primary learnt about line-following sensors and how Robots make use of them to find their way out of the maze!
Some comments of joy:
“What? You mean Robots have brains too??”
Yes! We program the algorithm to tell the robot what to do when it encounters different scenarios on its sensors.
“Go Right! No Go Left!! No no there! YAY!!!”
The excitement of seeing the robot finish the maze and playing the Victory Music was indescribable.
Kids were treated to a hands-on opportunity to control and touch the robots, getting a good sense of where the sensors were located, how the robot was built, and how the algorithm was programmed. How fun it is for us to be bringing STEM concepts to schools in this way!
We are so excited to have concluded our very First Parent-Child Workshop on Sunday!
For 120 mins, both parent and child had fun, poring over computing puzzles and learning how to create a game from Scratch. Such wonderful bonding moments for the family, and everybody got to learn something new.
Teacher Joshua explaining using pattern recognition to code a square
Parents – Getting into action with the kids!
We would like to thank all Mummies, Daddies and Children who came down for the workshop.
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