Teaching code to kids

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 28 March 2017

8 mins

Let’s face it, most parents have no idea when it comes to coding. So how can they get the hang of it? Hayley Markham is the Head of Operations at Code Camp, and she explains what coding looks like for small children.

Code Camp caters for kids 5-12. Their camps run from April 3 to 29.

To find a Code Camp near you and to make bookings, head to their website.

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