Yes! Completion of our Mini Coders course covers all of the UK GCSE programming curriculum. From there, the first 3 levels of our Junior Coders course takes students beyond that of the UK GCSE programming curriculum, making our students more than ready for their A-Level Computer Science study.
Once our learners have built up their knowledge repository and confidence in coding, it becomes a tool for them to apply to different areas. Some may decide to continue further in the subject of computing, becoming Expert Coders, to go into Data Science, Cyber Security etc. Some children may want to put the skills learnt in other areas, for instance Finance, Biochemistry, Engineering or Arts.
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