Distance Learning

Learn to code to prepare
for the new 


Icode Global Hackathon 2022

The ICode Global Hackathon 2022 is the 5th edition of the world’s largest K12 coding competition. ICode is a global organization which enables K12 students to benchmark their coding skills with their peers globally.


App Development with Thunkable

3 Lessons

Day 1 ~ Introduction to Thunkable

Day 2 ~  Create a Quiz App

Day 3 ~ Create an informative App




Game-Making with Scratch Programming

2 Lessons

Day 1 ~ Introduction to Scratch

Day 2 ~  Game-Making with Scratch



FAQ for online class

What is required for the program?

  • A working mic and webcam, in order to participate in the class and for our instructor to check their understanding

  • Familiarity with basic computer functions such as using zoom, typing , etc

  • Need to  be independent, motivated and have self-discipline to learn

  • Class limit to 4 students

  • Minimum 2 students to start a class

  • Cancellation Policy: No cancellation or Refunds

    What our students say

The  lesson was fun and not difficult to understand so I felt more motivated to learn more about the different components of each activity


Zuneng, 13

March 2019

I get to code with my friends and grow stronger bonds with them, I also learn how to face problems effectively


Dylan, 11

Aug 2020

I like this class because I have met very good teachers and friends and i also got to know more ways of coding



Alexis, 11

Jan 2021

I like how the teacher expected us to be independent so that we could solve our own problems with the code and we can also ask the teacher any questions we have

Charles, 13

Apr 2019