Hour of Code

Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 9.32.01 pmSo I’ve been running a Coding Club with the kids in my school throughout Term 4, and I cannot believe what they are creating! It’s absolutely amazing. I have kids from Grade 1s through to 6 come in once a week and create things (at their own pace) using various programs such as Google’s, ‘Made WIth Code,’ and ‘Scratch.’

I also recently just heard about the, ‘Hour Of Code,’ so I thought I’d sign our school up and raise more awareness about Computer Science.

I honeslty believe it’s so important to provide these opportunities for students. Let your kids catch a code and jump on board the coding train!


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