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CodeNPlay in the school of your child

As digital technologies become more important in our lives, knowling how to code becomes an essential skill in (work) live. 

Whether by programming small robots or by creating their own video games, our activities teach children to solve problems systematically and translate them into simple computer code. 

"After 2020, 90% of the jobs will require basic digital skills"


Mariya Gabriel, EU Commissioner

 

Do you want your child to benefit from these activities at school? 

Feel free to send the brochure below to your school and put us in touch with the school's administration or parents' association.

Our Workshops and Events

After-School program

Easy to set up

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It is very easy to start CodeNPlay at school.

Minimum requirements:

  1. Access to a computer room with at least one computer for 2 children.

  2. A smooth Internet connection when all the children are working at the same time.

CodeNPlay will be happy to help you set up the computer class or we can lend you our own equipment. Workshops can take place in the afternoon or at midday, we adapt to your needs.

A first step in the digital world

Our extracurricular offer is often the easiest and fastest way to take the first step in digital education.

 

This requires a very low investment on the part of the school because everything is managed by CodeNPlay: the workshops, the equipment, and the facilitator - although we are happy to train a teacher from your school if you wish!

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Attractive for parents

The figures speak for themselves: 90% of parents want their children to study computers at school and 44% of British parents surveyed think that this skill is more important than learning a foreign language.

 

Our training is a good way to become familiar with IT in an extracurricular context. Our experience is that the demand for out-of-school education in digital skills is popular with parents.

learn while having fun

The figures speak for themselves: 90% of parents want their children to study computers at school and 44% of British parents surveyed think that this skill is more important than learning a foreign language.

 

Our training is a good way to become familiar with IT in an extracurricular context. Our experience is that the demand for out-of-school education in digital skills is popular with parents.

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