Advanced Computer Scientists
Ages 10 – 12
Develop and Create
Advanced Computer Scientists marries software (coding) and hardware (mobile phones, micro:bit) and is a collaborative platform for students to be developers of apps and software. Deep dive into app creation for both iOs and Android, develop the maker in them with our extensive micro:bit curriculum, or touch base with Python in a way that students enjoy and understand, for maximum application and retention.
We have 12 different badges for students to collect and advance their coding abilities. This class will expose students to diverse fields of application for coding. You can join us anytime throughout the year.
Students are required to complete at least 6 (min) – 8 (recommended) research areas before progressing to the next level.Research areas proceed based on a pre-selected schedule curated by Coding Lab tutors which expose your child to all 3 groups by the time they complete at least 6 research areas. Want to find out more? Check out our FAQs.
We have 12 different badges for students to attain and apply their coding abilities!
Group 1: Hardware-Based Learning
P21S – MB1: Micro:bit Advanced 1
P21S – MB2: Micro:bit Advanced 2
Group 2: Syntax-Based Learning
P21S – PyTuA: Python Turtle A
P21S – PyTuB: Python Turtle B
P21S – PyH3: Health Advisor
P21S – PyWW: Choose Your Own Adventure
P21S – PyQM: Quiz Gameshow
P21S – PyM: Python Meets Math
Group 3: Complex App development (Android and iOS)
P21S – AiWW: Whatsapp Wannabe (Firebase / User Authentication)
P21S – AiH3: Healthy 365 Junior (GPS/ Pedometer)
P21S – AiQM: Quiz Me (Planning / tinyDB / UI / UX)
P21S – iOS: Develop iOS Mobile Apps
1 Badge per Research Area
5 sessions x 2 hours per session
Collect all 12 badges
Ages 10-12 who have
Completed P201, P202, P205 and P206 or
Passed the placement test with Coding Lab
All materials and equipment provided
Maximum 1:8 Instructor-Student ratio
9 King Albert Park (KAP Mall) #02-21, 598332
5 x 2hrs (Individual Theme)
80 Marine Parade Road #10-06, 449269
5 x 2hrs (Individual Theme)
Code x Tinker Camp!
We provide high quality teaching with a challenging MIT inspired curriculum in a tech-immersive environment. Watch how our students learn with us in this exciting video.
Who is Faster? A 2-player battle with Makey Makey
Who has the faster reaction? Watch our 2 students, William and Joshua pit their skills against each other in this fun game coded by Joshua during one of our Tinkering Garage sessions. Using Play Doh and Makey Makey for the physical input, they must compete to hit the buzzer faster and earn enough points to win the game! Beware: Hitting the buzzer before the Go button shows will incur negative point penalties.
Joshua and William Teach Coding : Math and Reaction Time with Makey Makey
Our students, Joshua and William are back! This time, they are going to teach us how to code! In this video, Joshua takes us through his code, explaining how he programmed and designed his game, which measures the speed of reaction time, with variables that display key stats (Fastest Time, Average Time, Total TIme, and more).