Welcome to Kids Coding School! Our goal is to provide an unforgettable learning experience for dedicated individuals that will exceed their own expectations. Kids Coding School is located near Toronto’s iconic CN Tower, in CityPlace, Fort York, directly across from Bishop Macdonell Catholic Elementary School and Jean Lumb Public School at the new Canoe Landing multi-use community facility. The school building itself is a beautifully modern, glass-fronted building with all modern amenities. Our teachers’ aim is to aid in the development of your kids’ solid programming knowledge by designing and programming a video game. Let kids learn in a dynamic environment, improving critical thinking and problem solving skills in just a few visits per week. Immerse kids into the Robotics World, building self confidence and creativity while having fun. With both academic and life experience, our instructors are keen to help prepare students for the future and achieve their goals.
The school has 5 spacious classrooms, 2 tutorial rooms, a computer lab, robotics laboratory, and a lounge area where students can relax and connect with friends.
"Provide a place where gaming is celebrated as kids gain confidence in coding, math, logic, & problem solving."
It is a unique learning opportunity for your kids to acquire valuable programming, STEM, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills to help them be the future. At Kids Coding School, we aim for 12 kids per class with a staff-to-student ratio of 1:4. Kids will learn how to code in the first hour of the class and use the knowledge they learned to create a STEM project in the second hour of class. We create unique learning opportunities for our students to help them reach their full potential, and build a strong foundation for their future.
Sequencing skills learned in this course are fundamental to early literacy and mathematics. Kids ages 5 to 9 learn to code and develop basic problem-solving and profound creativity skills while playing and having fun. By completing the sequence challenges, young children learn complex concepts, developing logical thinking and persistence and resilience through their accomplishments, despite not being able to read.