As with any acquisition of special skills—foreign languages, musical instruments, sports—we believe that the best coders start at an early age.

Teaching young people to code transforms them from passive users to technological innovators.

Coding Courses for Teenagers and Children are offered during the school holidays as well as term time.

Tech Camps by Category

Term Time Coding Courses

Term Time Tech Courses

Our term time tech courses allow students to have a structured coding course once a week, because coding like other skills requires practice on an ongoing basis – read more

Holiday Tech Camps

Holiday Tech Camps

A break from school does not have to mean a break from learning. That’s why every holiday we schedule fun, dynamic and educational courses for young tech enthusiasts – read more

Problem Solving

Whether it’s understanding why a program won’t run or learning how to debug a program, problem-solving is a huge part of coding. Learning how to resolve technical issues often involves conversations, reading how-tos, practicing logical thought and troubleshooting, all of which are transferable skills.

Creativity

While coding may seem like a mix of symbols – slashes and colons, to name a few – coding actually allows children to express their creativity. By learning to code, children can make anything from puzzles, stories with animated illustrations and interactive games; the creative possibilities are endless.

Language Acquisition

Computer code is not the mystery it appears to be; rather, it’s merely a foreign language. By learning how to read, write, and run code from an early age, children are really acquiring a second language – and one that can help them learn other computer languages easily in the future.

Confidence

Children are quick to understand that they live in a digital world, and they’re even quicker to understand just how all of the technology around them works. When they learn to create code of their own, they are no longer passive recipients of the technology around them, but drivers of the digital age.

Computing in Schools

We couldn’t be more thrilled that coding is now part of the official curriculum in primary and secondary schools in the UK. However, we also realise the impact this has had on schools’ staffing needs.

To help address the current shortage of skilled IT teachers in British schools, we’re offering an array of teacher training and supplemental courses to get students and educators up to speed, including:

  • Training for computing teachers who are looking to brush up their skills or try something entirely new
  • After school clubs to refresh the basics taught in school and explore new worlds of innovation through coding
  • School workshops on coding, programming, and everything tech to complement schools’ current computer science curriculum

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Teenage Code Camp
Teaching Computer Science

More Information

For more information about coding for children and teenagers call us on 020 7266 6575 or email us at info@bermotech.com

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