Code Ninjas

We are very pleased to be partnering with Code Ninjas in Marda Loop for our Winter option blocks. The Code Ninjas Senseis® will come to the school to deliver the program to our Gr. 3-9 students, in person, every Friday. The Gr. 1-2 will have the opportunity to go to the “dojo” in Marda Loop on Tuesdays. Below is more information about this fun coding program.

FUN & FLEXIBLE CODING EDUCATION

In Code Ninjas CREATE, kids have a blast building awesome video games like Roblox® and developing ninja coding skills on the path from white to black belt and receive colour-coded wristbands to mark their achievements. They will create, play, and learn at your own pace as they gain ninja skills in coding, robotics, and problem solving.

UNLEASH YOUR INNER NINJA

  • Learn to code and have a blast while building awesome video games.
  • Create, play, and learn at your own pace as you gain ninja skills in coding, robotics, and problem solving.
  • Advance from white to black belt and receive color-coded wristbands to mark your achievements.
  • Get support and encouragement from Code Senseis® in our state-of-the-art dojo.
  • Drop-in at your convenience during weeknight and weekend student hours.

PROBLEMS WE ARE SOLVING

  • Schools don’t have time or resources to meet demand for quality coding education.
  • Existing after school programs are boring and parents have to drag kids there.
  • Existing online materials are too hard for kids to understand by themselves.
  • Kids like to play and have fun, while parents want to see real results.
  • We want our kids to be social, but screen time at home is a solitary exercise.

CODE NINJAS SOLUTION

  • Provide a place where gaming is celebrated as kids gain confidence along with problem solving, critical thinking, and STEM skills.
  • Create a high-quality, continuous curriculum that offers an easy-to-follow system so kids can grow and learn, no matter where they start.
  • Build their favorite games, like Roblox®, as part of the curriculum.
  • Enable kids to learn by building video games. They aren’t aware they’re learning – just having fun.