Mini Coders

This primary aim of this course is to build the foundation of computational thinking and programming skills for 6-8 year old students.

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  • New classes beginning throughout September
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  • Classes available after school and at the weekend
  • Mini Coders (6-8 yrs) have a 1 hour lesson once a week
  • Each lesson is led by a carefully chosen experienced teacher
  • Click the button below to try a free taster lesson!

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variables, arrays, boolean values and more!

Mini Coders Overview

  • 6 - 8 year olds
  • 6 level structure
  • Each level is 10 teacher led lessons
  • 1 Hour lesson per week
  • Groups up to 6 students

Course Info

RoboBrain believes the focus for younger children learning computing should be on establishing a habit to solve problems using computational thinking skills. This course integrates basic coding concepts with algorithms and data structures and embeds all these into engaging activities, such as stories, mazes, challenges and puzzles. The learning experience is designed to enhance social skills, teamwork, and presentation abilities. The topics covered in each level can be seen below.

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Mini Coders Course

  • 10 Tutor-led Lessons per Level
  • 6 - 8 year olds
  • 1 Hour Lesson Per Week
  • Groups up to 6 Students
PackageNumber of LessonsNumber of LevelsPackage Price*You Save
A606£81025%
B505£72020%
C404£61215%
D303£48610%
E202£3425%
F101£1800%

*Compared to buying each 10 lesson level individually. The more you buy the more you save.

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Your child will have the opportunity to learn and do sample exercises. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions you have and after the lesson you will receive a course level recommendation for your child.

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