Weekly Online course begins September 26th, 2020

Course Description
Platform uses a learning through play approach to teach Computer Science. Students master core coding concepts and learn in-demand skills. We are happy to offer world class curriculum developing in-demand skills in Computer Science using project-based approach. It’s a practical and fun way to learning coding with Live Instructors!

Junior Code Pod

Class: Every Wednesdays 4pm-5pm
Age: 7-9 yrs
Duration: 8 weeks
Minimum: 6 students required for the class to run
Cost: N20,000 per student per term

Teen Code pod

Every Saturday
Class 1: 10-12yrs (10am- 11am)
Class 2: 13-16yrs (12noon-1pm)
Duration: 8 weeks
Cost: N20,000 per student per term.
Max Class size: 10 students required.
Minimum Class size: 8 per class. If minimum not reached, we may have to combine the class

Programming language: Python

Module: Full Computer Science curriculum, Applications to Web development, Game development.

Students are encouraged to keep track of their progress via a personal progress journal and our teachers monitor progress on the dashboard in the Learning Management System.

Progress reports are also sent to parents.

The most engaging way to learn typed code

Your child will have everything they need at the tip of their fingers to program algorithms in Python or JavaScript, build websites and even design their own games, while learning material aligned with national curriculum standards.

Building critical skills for the 21st century

Your child will learn how to navigate and become citizens in the digital world. This platform’s solution enhances your child’s critical thinking, creativity, and resilience, empowering them with the skills they need for any industry.

Supported by parents like you

We’re parents. We’re coders. We’re educators. But most of all, we’re people who believe in giving our kids the best opportunity for success in whatever it is they decide to do.


At least 4GB of RAM, on a modern browser such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Edge. Chromebooks with 2GB of RAM may have minor graphics issues in later courses. A minimum of 200 Kbps bandwidth per student is required, although 1+ Mbps is recommended.

Learning outcomes

Students type real Python or JavaScript while playing games that encourage trial-and-error, critical thinking, and creativity. Students then apply the coding skills they’ve learned by developing their own games and websites in project-based courses.
Practice levels and hints help students when they get stuck, and challenge levels assess students' learning throughout the game.

Impact so far using our partner’s platform

  • 12 million learners
  • 1 billion lines of code
  • 82,000 facilitators
  • 190 countries