Weekly Coding Courses
for children and teenagers
Learn proper coding in Python
Live Online Courses
New courses start every few weeks throughout term time
Four live and interactive sessions, one hour a week
On-demand resources and ongoing support
Course costs £50. Each course lasts four weeks
Additional codetodayEXPLORE sessions available
Get £20 off when you book a three-course bundle
The first step in the coding journey
Level 1 courses are aimed at those who are new to learning coding in Python. They are also suitable for those who may have already done a bit of Python—a Level 1 course ensures that the fundamentals on which all of coding are built are well understood.
Although we start from the fundamentals in all our age groups in Level 1, we progress at a faster pace for older age groups.
A Level 1 course is the starting point for learning coding in Python. Students will then progress through higher level courses and all our students can access support during and after courses through our student forum.
Get £20 off when you book a three-course bundle
Book three consecutive levels as a bundle and get £20 off your booking.
All you need to do is to add three courses to the shopping cart when booking, and the £20 discount will be applied automatically. Yes, it's as simple as that.
You can even add a gift voucher as one of the courses if you want to secure your bundle discount and then choose the dates and times at a later date.
What to expect from a codetoday course
Our live online courses deliver the best of both worlds: interactive live sessions and on-demand videos and other resources.
The next set of term time courses start on the 22nd February and new courses start every few weeks. Courses are split into three age groups: 7-9, 10-12 and 13-16 and each course has various start times providing lots of flexibility.
Each course has four live sessions held once a week. These are interactive lessons led by a codetoday instructor within our dedicated online learning platform.
Why choose codetoday
Our courses emphasise learning to code properly and developing the programming mindset. This encourages the development of creative skills, logical thinking and problem solving.
We have developed our Live Online courses with the aim to provide interactive sessions in which our instructors can engage and communicate effectively with the group. Small groups ensure there is real interaction within the group. We also make the most of the benefits provided by online platforms by providing additional resources that can be accessed on-demand.
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What's the difference between Coding in Python Courses and codetodayEXPLORE?
In the Coding in Python courses we are introducing new topics, new concepts and new coding methods. These can be consolidated further through codetodayEXPLORE sessions in which students work on projects individually with our instructors guiding them through the various stages of a coding project: planning, writing the code, finding and fixing bugs and errors, and testing the code.
The aim of codetodayEXPLORE is to help students become more independent and self-sufficient in their coding and to consolidate and practise the topics they learned in the courses.
Sessions are scheduled after the Coding in Python courses
Our instructors work with each student on their individual projects
You can add codetodayEXPLORE sessions to your course at the booking stage
How we teach coding online
Details on our curriculum and methods
We believe that the most important skill to learn is to be able to think in the manner required to be able to communicate with a computer. This includes thinking in a logical and systematic way, problem-solving, and fostering a mindset in which errors are seen as a key part of learning — these are all key aspects of programming and skills that are relevant beyond coding as well.
All our courses:
have small class sizes to ensure individual attention;
focus on understanding how to communicate with a computer through coding, which is the essential skill for a good programmer;
teach the fundamentals of computer programming thoroughly while making sure it's fun and engaging. We deliberately choose to teach Python programming on a computer rather than using other gadgets and devices that can distract from learning the basics of coding well;
include additional resources: videos and notes to act as a reminder of what was covered in the course;
include a support package for six months after the end of the course;
put equal importance on having exceptional content and exceptional delivery as we believe that both are critical to learn a specialised subject such as coding.
Courses are centred around one or more projects including writing animations and games through which we cover the key topics in programming, including data types and data structures, conditional statements, control flow and functions, and focus on the skills required to plan and construct a computer program in an efficient manner.
After the course
At codetoday we have a very extensive curriculum ranging from the very basics of programming all the way to advanced topics well beyond what is covered in GCSE and A' Level computing. Many of our students progress from one level onto the next and we monitor the progress of our students closely.
A key part of learning is independent coding. We encourage our students to carry on coding after the course and if they do, they will have questions and problems. That is why we offer six months of support after the course during which students can send us their ideas and their code and we can assist them with finding errors, solving problems and provide feedback.