Our Coding Clubs

Introduction:

Today we are living in an ever and fast changing digital world that requires us to equip our children with the right tools and skills to prepare them for this global technological tsunami. As technology is evolving faster than ever & the pressure to keep up to date is immense, we don’t mean by having the latest Iphone or trending on TikTock, but knowing how this technology is built and works, from an early age, will allow children to become thinkers and creators instead of just consumers and confident interacting with it safely & securely.

The Lingo Club uses a unique and exclusive coding program, designed and created by a team of experienced and passionate Coders, specifically to inspire children to learn fundamental computing concepts, theories and programming languages, in a progressive manner, using real life coding languages.

Studies show, most future jobs will require some basic understanding of these skills.

Our programs:

After School

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Private Tutoring

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Holiday Camp

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The below platforms/languages are considered as some of the best created digital languages so far. The Lingo Club uses them in a fun way to explain the simplicity of coding to children.

Explore the basics of coding with Scratch.

Scratch is a block-based visual programming language and website targeted primarily at children 8-16 as an educational tool for coding. Users can create projects on the web using a block-like interface. . Use Scratch to create games, animations, stories and more.

Discover more with Minecraft

Minecraft: Education Edition offers an engaging platform for computer science education, with features designed to help students learn to code and build computational thinking skills.

Coding With Minecraft you will discover: conditionals, functions, coordinates and more, for students age 12-18. 

Innovate building your own robot with Arduino.

 Arduino code is written in C++ with an addition of special methods and functions. C++ is a human-readable programming language. Arduino programming language can be divided in three main parts: functions, values (variables and constants), and structure.

Create, build & excel with Python.

Python is a powerful, expressive programming language that’s easy to learn and fun to use! Python for Kids brings Python to life and brings you into the world of programming.

Excel building your own website

1. HTML makes up the layout and structure for your website.

2. CSS is the language developers can us to style a website.

3. JAVASCRIPT is used to add interactive elements to a websites.

Explore the coolest games with Roblox

Roblox is an online game platform and game creation system developed by Roblox Corporation. It allows users to program games and play games created by other users. Roblox lets you create and share experiences with friends.

Please watch the video below to understand why coding is an important skill for our children's future.

What people say:

“I like coding because I can create my own game & I like being challenged.” – Christian (Grade 5/Melbourne)

“I like changing colors, font and photos on pages” – Grace (Grade 3/Queensland)

“My friend Zoe and I love coding because it’s easy, fun and cool” – Emily (Year 7/Melbourne)

“Coding is so much fun. My favorite day of the week is Wednesday, we have the whole hour playing games” – Claire (Grade 4/Ballarat)

“I have been learning to code with “The Coding Club” since last year and I have learned so many cool things and now I’m building my own game” –  A Year 9 Student/Melbourne

 

My son reckons going to The Lingo Club every Thursday is the best after school activity he has done. – Stacy (Mother/Ballarat)

I like the fact that I can sit in the class with my kid anytime, actually I picked up quite a lot for myself. Keep up the good work guys. – Jessie (Mother/Melbourne)

I am happy with what this after school activity offers to my son. I can see the value of my money. – Richard  (Father/Queensland)

My daughter looks forward to every Wednesday when she does coding through The Lingo Club. She gets so excited. – Dean (Father/Ballarat)

The best thing I really like is the fact that The Lingo Club starts the program with cybersecurity. – Varsha (Mother/Melbourne)

I like the fact that, as parent, i do have access to the program, I can check on my daughter’s projects and work. – Tom (Father/Queensland)

Invermay primary school/Ballarat:

The CODING CLUB has provided Invermay PS students with an opportunity to explore and
extend their digital literacy beyond traditional school hours.
CODING CLUB Director and Instructor, Driss Regague, was very accommodating in building
an after-school program to suit the needs of our students and school community.  He
regularly checked in with both myself and his instructional support staff, to maintain the
momentum of both staff and students.

Justin Marshman
Principal – Invermay Primary School

Mudgeeraba State School/ Gold Coast: 


The Lingo Club is the perfect partner for schools who are looking towards developing
21 st  century learners. We have been associated with Driss and his team for two years and
have relished this unique experience. Students of all ages are able to come together and
participate at their own pace in a supportive environment. Students acquire skills
progressively whilst gaining the knowledge and understanding fundamental to
programming using digital languages. The course is sequential and like nothing else offered
by any other coding course. The curriculum is aligned beautifully to the proficiencies
embedded in Digital technologies and is a great way to ensure that students are gaining
fundamental computational skills. Learning lifts to another dimension when kids are
engaged in the course content provided by the coding club.
Sue Bowen (Head of Curriculum)
Sue Bowen
Mudgeeraba State School

Kew High School/Melbourne 


The students at Kew High School enjoy ‘The lingo Club’ every week. The students, at every level of
coding, are engaged in the program which is widely supported by students and parents.’
Cheers
Daryl, Assistant Principal, Kew High School