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How does Cpher work?

Cpher run week-long holida camps for children etween the ages of 4 to 14 ears as well as after school clus for kids to attend during term time. All children are assessed at the start of the course ased on oth their ailit and age group, with the aim to encourage rapid learning whilst having fun with their peers.

What will my child learn at Cypher?

Cypher gets your kids future-ready by taking computing education beyond gaming and engaging in a broader range of exciting applications. Themes include the following: Fashion, Architecture, Minecraft, Music, Digital Art, Robotics and Lego

Where can I find Cypher?

Cypher currently runs courses in Notting Hill, Hammersmith and Twickenham and expanding rapidly to other Central London locations, to be announced soon.

What will my child get out of Cypher?

All the kids that participate are engaged, fulfilled and learn the art of coding, with a sense of fun, purpose and accomplishment. You are giving your child the tools of the future.

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Check out our amazing creative themes HERE!

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Our courses

Discover all our courses depending on their themes, locations or dates.

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Notting Hill Coding Camp

Send your budding coder to learn the essentials at Coding Camp.  Children will have fun whilst learning to code concepts, master ICT (Internet, Computing, Technology) skills and as well as programme their own games and characters.

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Twickenham Coding Camp

Send your budding coder to learn the essentials at Coding Camp.  Children will have fun whilst learning to code concepts, master ICT (Internet, Computing, Technology) skills and as well as programme their own games and characters.

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Hammersmith Coding Camp

Send your budding coder to learn the essentials this summer!  Children will spend each day learning coding concepts, mastering ICT (Internet, Computing, Technology) skills and programming their own games and characters.

Age Groups

 
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Micro

Ages 4-5

Micro coders are our reception and early years students focusing on fun introductory coding concepts and games in order to be welcomed into the world of technology. Students start with simple block based coding and learn coding languages on and off the screen.  We help Micro coders understand a healthy approach to screen time as well as working on mastering the development of their all around technology skills. 
 

Kilo

 Ages 5-6

Kilo coders learn fundamental programming concepts using block based tools, making games, controlling robots and learning how to predict the behaviour of a program. Our Kilo coders will learn about using their creativity to build characters, platform games and more.  Students also explore key STEM (Science, Technology, Engeneering, Maths) subjects through Lego and robotics.  We incorporate creative themes and popular culture for our Kilo coders to become engaged in the content and love their coding courses with us.
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Mega

Ages 7-8

Mega Coders will continue with block-based coding, learning more in-depth concepts, designing their own projects and implementing them into a program using sequences, selections and repetition. Students progression will include variables and work with data. STEM subjects are incorporated into the curriculum, such as programming for drones and using different robotic platforms.  Our Mega coders are introduced to real world examples of coding in Fashion, Architecture, Art and Writing in order to introduce cross-curricular subjects and interests as well as help motivate them for the future.  
 

Giga

Ages 9-11

Giga coders transition over to text-based coding languages, such as JavaScript and Python to design art projects and buildings, textiles and 3D digital models and even multilevel games.  They will learn the fundamentals of web and mobile tools and perfect their touch-typing. Students delve further into the Cypher themes in order to use code to build their own mods in Minecraft, learn about coding for hardware devices and robots and explore design principles in order to enhance their understanding of the link between technology and creativity.
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Tera Coders

Tera

Ages 12-14

Tera coders work with text-based coding languages Javascript and Python to explore a plethora of skillsets, including app building, programming for 3D printing, and digital design.  Students explore physical computing platforms, building IoT (Internet of Things) devices and creating an understanding of computing hardware.  This level of knowledge equips Tera coders to focus on the tools of the future and how they all work together.  These tools and the knowledge of the technology and code behind them, are fundamental building blocks of today's financial systems, educational systems and businesses around the world.

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