Bermotech offers live online and in-person Coding Courses and Tech Camps for Teenagers and Children during the school holidays as well as term time.

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.


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Learning to code

Can learning to code really help my child’s future career?

There are over half a million computer programming jobs in the US and the UK, and those sectors are projected to continue to grow by 20% over the next ten years.
Even if your child hasn’t expressed an interest in becoming an IT professional, he or she still stands to benefit from learning how to code. No matter which field your child pursues, he or she will be expected to know how to interact with technology.  With the introduction of Computer Science GCSE more students will be equipped with the necessary skills for the future.

Have other children learned to code?

Many successful businesspeople learned to code when they were children. In fact, you may know some of them: Bill Gates, Paul Allen, Michael Dell, Larry Page, and Mark Zuckerburg all began coding as youngsters. Other technology superstars such as Marissa Mayer (one of the first employees at Google, and now CEO of Yahoo!) and Jeff Bezos (founder of Amazon) did not learn to code as children, but had a love of technology from an early age, and both went on to graduate from Ivy League universities with degrees in computer science.
While your child may or may not want to become a professional coder, learning the skill is just as essential as playing a sport or mastering a musical instrument. By learning to code from an early age, children expand their horizons and increase their skillset – all of which are needed to become well developed children and successful adults.

What if my child doesn’t want to go into IT?

Computer programming is much more than learning how to understand and write code. By learning to code from a young age, children inherit a whole host of secondary skills that are beneficial to any career.

Benefits of learning coding at a young age

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.
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.
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.
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..

Online Computer Science GCSE Python Udemy Course for Students and Teachers

Python Computer Science GCSE Udemy Course

Are you a Computer Science GCSE student looking to enhance your Python coding skills? The Online Python Coding Udemy Course is tailored specifically for students like you. This course offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to help you excel in your Computer Science studies. With interactive lessons and hands-on coding exercises, you’ll have the opportunity to practice what you learn in real-time. The convenience of an online platform allows you to study at your own pace, fitting lessons around your busy schedule.

Are you a Computer Science GCSE teacher looking to enhance your students’ programming skills? This Python course is designed to guide teachers through the fundamentals of Python programming, equipping them with the knowledge and resources needed to confidently teach this language to their students. Not only will you gain a comprehensive understanding of Python concepts, but you will also gain access to lesson plans, practice exercises, and assessment materials that you can use in your classroom. These resources are designed to engage students and help them develop their coding skills in a fun and interactive way.

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