Digital coding is computer programming. It is the process of designing and building an executable computer program to accomplish a specific computing result or to perform a specific task. It is the programming that requires digital languages to function. For example, Ruby Pi, Python, HTML, CSS, PHP are just a few of the languages pupils will learn at the coding sessions.
In business generally, almost everything is data-driven, which means there is a good chance you will use and need something produced by digital language. The commands that enable your washing machine and microwave to function and operate are controlled by coding. Digital languages go beyond emailing, websites, or App developments. There is a lot to do with data mining (the practice of examining large pre-existing databases to generate new information), and saving your organization’s vital resources when there is a need for a digital solution, especially, in-house.
The career options in STEM are truly numerous. For example, those who complete our intermittent level and pass their Microsoft exams can apply for our internship and get a placement with our partners in the technology industry. They can become a full-stack developer, including and not limited to web or an App developer.
What careers can code be used for?
People with coding skills use them for a number of professions including software developers, app developers, data analysts, aerospace engineers (rocket scientists), finance, and many more industry applications.
We now run a digital classroom remotely. Students will require a laptop and internet access.
To attend you must be enrolled, by your parent/guardian/teacher, if you are under 16 years of age. Parents can accompany the pupils and return after sessions to take them home. There are no provisions for parents or facilities for other adults. What this means is that adults are not insured to participate in our premises or partners. We reserve the right to refuse any request made by you or your appointed guardian. When your request is accepted, we will inform you by email. We will confirm the identity of the parent/guardian who enrolled you. Bring your laptop if you must, but there is no need, because, we have you covered.
Please, bring along a photo ID, together with name and parents emergency details/guardian (if underage), student number and allergies should suffice. A notebook and a pen.
Absolutely, no age is too young to learn. Classes and workshops are streamed by age. This is a relevant learning principle and individual approach of flexibility for every pupil. This model will aspire to success in time.
Do no harm to yourself or to others at the workshop. Let us know if you have an allergy or new health issue (on the enrolment form).
Yes, you can bring your packed lunch! Please, note cooking and reheating may not be available. No alcohol. We also provide food and drinks for the duration of the workshop.
STEM is the future, the present, and the past. So, do everything you can to gain knowledge, that will enable you to advance, in life. There are many opportunities out there. Don’t be afraid to challenge yourself and others, and never stop asking questions. Research shows that women are less likely to achieve equality in STEM careers than boys or men. We want to champion the versatility and value of women in STEM. Any 11-18year old can join the general forum online and our planned annual ‘React event.
Any unsocial behaviour, including, possession of drugs (except, in the case of prescriptions) and alcohol.
This is because research shows that girls/women are less likely to have equality in STEM careers than boys or men. However, every 11–18 years old can join the general forum online, enrol for next year’s cohorts from March 2021 for September 2021 start and our planned annual ‘react events’.
Our teaching session started on 26th September 2020 (every Saturday) to July 10th, 2021. Though, we are flexible and can enrol candidates as required.
A nominal fee of £99.99 for the 2023/2024 cohorts is payable, at enrolment. Reach out, if you have any questions.
Schools, parents, guardians, or pupils are liable for their fee payment. What this means is anyone who enrolled the pupil is liable. Parents/guardians are liable to pay the complete fee, irrespective of future circumstances. What this means is that, regardless of the pupil completing the sessions, parents/guardians agreed to pay the fee. The fee will revert to the normal fee of £2000 at the end of the first anniversary, which was, in September 2021.