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Well get your passport and pack for every season, because we’re going on an adventure!
This January we’re dreaming up new destinations, learning exotic languages and designing services for future travellers.
Hop aboard the S.S. Code Queen and join our Girl Gang for an excursion of epic proportions!
The destination? As far as your imagination can take you.
When do we depart? This summer school holidays.
How will we get there? With coding magic, of course!
The most intrepid travellers always learn the local language.
By the time you return home, your passport will have a stamp for each of the following:
Not a native coder? No worries. Our cabin crew are on hand at all times to ensure it’s smooth sailing for even the freshest explorers.
We have a team of experienced and dedicated facilitators from Code Like a Girl who will facilitate and supervise the workshop. All facilitators have a contagious passion for technology and a current working with children check.
This camp has been fully sponsored by the lovely people at NBN Co allowing girls in Sale to come for free
8:45am: Drop-off and registration (8am early drop off tickets available)
A fun-filled day of coding workshops, games and tutorials
- 16 Jan
Girls, ages 8-12
The Port of Sale (Wellington Centre), Carang Carang Room, Wellington Centre, 70 Foster Street, Sale
Code Like a Girl’s coding camps complement the National Digital Technologies curriculum. We’re committed to providing girls with a nurturing environment where they can comfortably learn and explore different areas of coding at their own pace, based on their own interests.
At just 20 girls per cohort, our coding camps are small in size to maximise learning outcomes. Breaking down barriers for women to participate in STEM and entrepreneurship is at the core of what we do and we’re committed to encouraging more girls to realise their potential.
But you can’t be what you can’t see, so all of our inspirational camp facilitators are female role models who work in the tech and education industries. Students will also hear from guest speakers sharing their real life experiences from within the industry.
Parents need to supply a (nut-free) packed lunch.
Please ensure your child has sunscreen applied before arriving
A morning tea snack, packed lunch and drink just as you would pack for their regular school lunch
No, we will have all technology equipment on site. Students will be required to use the devices provided. This will ensure that we can set up all devices with the correct connectivity settings and software beforehand to maximise our time in the workshops. Code Like a Girl do not take any responsibility for damage or loss of any devices brought to the workshops by students.
Yes! Your child will learn basic coding concepts using both online and offline activities and games. She will work through the program at her own pace.
Yes! This is a great opportunity for your budding coder to meet like-minded friends and apply her skills to new projects. There will be a number of open-ended activities that will extend your child and keep her feeling engaged and challenged.
Yes. The concepts introduced will build on the previous sessions.
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