S121: Python 3
Ages 13 – 18
Python Meets Mathematics 3
This course focuses on Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), a programming language model employed by most of the widely-used programming languages.
Students who wish to attend this course are expected to have a sound fundamental knowledge of Python programming. Using OOP, they will also be challenged to develop modules based on Geometry, Fractions Manipulations and more. Programming concepts taught in this course (OOP, Inheritance) are easily applicable to other languages such as C++, C#, PHP, Swift, and Objective-C, putting our students in good stead for further learning in both Mathematics and Programming.
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Permanent Storage with Files
Writing to and reading from files
Using various data storage modules
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
Introduction to the concept of OOP (Objects and Classes)
Defining and using classes (OOP)
Developing an advanced to-do list program with OOP
Additional Math challenges (E.g. Handling irrational numbers, polynomials with OOP)
Developing a module to handle Fractions manipulations
More Applications of OOP
More advanced applications of OOP
Developing a Geometry module
Developing your own *Integration and Differentiation modules (*Year 3-4 students only)
Hackathon & Challenges
Timed challenges to stretch your child’s programming capabilities
Ages 13 – 18
Completed S111: Python 2 (required) and completed S111P Python Perfect 2 Challenges (recommended)
Passed the placement test with Coding Lab
All materials and equipment provided
Maximum 1:10 Instructor-Student ratio
10 hours duration
Upp Bukit Timah
264 Upper Bukit Timah Road #03-06, 588208
80 Marine Parade Road #10-06, 449269
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