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Teaching content and tools that help teachers deliver engaging STEM classes

Coding with Science

40 lessons of modular content that help Science teachers increase student engagement in their classrooms. No coding background needed.
For kids aged 7 - 12.

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Learn Scratch with Science

32 lessons comprising 64 hours of progressive Scratch lessons, presented in the context of primary school Science topics.
For kids aged 7 - 12.

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Python in the Real World

20 lessons of plug-and-play Python programming content, structured to help your students learn, apply, and create solutions to real-world problems.
For kids aged 11+.

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Our virtual learning environment (VLE) delivers content and tools to make teaching fun and easy.

We set the stage for you to run more engaging classes

Structured Lesson Plan: Each lesson is designed to optimise learning and retention. It typically starts with an introduction to give the students full context, followed by application, and ends with an interactive quiz.
Interactive Quizzes: Our quizzes are positioned strategically to ensure that students understand a concept before moving on to the next. Drag-and-drop, matching, filling in the blanks — it’s more than just plain old multiple-choice questions.                                      
 Integrative Learning: Application reinforces learning. All lessons include Coding projects to encourage students to apply their newfound knowledge on real-world situations.  

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