PROGRAMMING (SCRATCH)

With the Scratch programming language and online community, you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations -- and share your creations with others around the world. As young people create and share Scratch projects, they learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.

BEGINNER CLASS

Timetable: Every Friday 3.30 - 5.00pm

Enrolment: Every Monday

Next intake starts from 22.02.2021 

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INTERMEDATE/ADVANCED CLASS

Timetable: Friday 5.15 - 6.45pm

Enrolment: Every Monday

Next intake starts from 22.02.2021 

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ABOUT SCRATCH

Scratch is designed especially for ages 5 to 14, but is used by people of all ages. Millions of people are creating Scratch projects in a wide variety of settings, including homes, schools, museums, libraries, and community centers.


With Scratch, you can programme your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.

 

WHAT DO YOUNG PEOPLE LEARN AS THEY CREATE INTERACTIVE STORIES, ANIMATIONS, GAMES, MUSIC, AND ART WITH SCRATCH?

Math Class

LEARN MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL IDEAS

As students create programs in Scratch, they learn core computational concepts such as iteration and conditionals. They also gain an understanding of important mathematical concepts such as coordinates, variables, and random numbers.

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LEARN ABOUT THE PROCESS OF DESIGN

Typically, a student will start with an idea, create a working prototype, experiment with it, debug it when things go wrong, get feedback from others, then revise and redesign it. It’s a continuous spiral: get an idea, create a project, which leads to new ideas, which lead to new projects, and on and on.

Science and Technology Class

DEVELOP A DEEPER LEVEL OF FLUENCY WITH DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

To be considered fluent in English, Spanish, or other language, you must learn not only how to read but also to write – that is, how to express yourself with the language. Similarly, to be fluent with digital technology, you must learn not only how to interact with the computer but also to create with it.