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Coding Club
for curious minds

where children's ideas turn into creative apps

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Interactive coding club for students of grades 1 - 9 where children develop logical thinking, problem solving and cooperation skills

Computer tasks

Children advance from coding with visual coding blocks to being experts in HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Unplugged activites

Elements of coding are all around us, and we help students to notice and understand them

Video

IT professionals are in high demand both in the Latvian and global job markets facilitating growth and competitiveness of a country

Although by 2020 Latvia will have a shortage of more than 4,200 IT professionals, coding is often neglected in our school curriculum. We are challenging the status quo by breaking the stereotypes about programming and sparking students’ interest in it. Therefore, we organize coding classes, career education events and creative workshops in the schools of Latvia, as well as support companies with their family day events.
We believe that the sooner the kids learn the basics of coding, the more successful and competent specialists of different areas they will become in the future.

Educational

After a few months, our students can create their own animations, games and apps

Creative

Motion, building and drawing is an integral part of our classes

Simple

Our teachers use everyday examples to make coding understandable to everyone

20 schools
1344 classes
834 students

Coding for kids

We organize coding classes, career education events and creative workshops in the schools of Latvia, as well as support companies with their family day events.

Reviews

Various technologies have become part of our everyday life. Not every student should become a programmer, but each of them should understand the main principles that these technologies are based on and that what is going on in our devices is not magic.

Maija Kokare, Principle at Rīga English Grammar School

My son Bruno loves Learn IT lessons because he is interested in both the natural sciences and arts. I'm glad that there is an initiative that teaches children how to code.

Sanda, Bruno's mother

Karlis was sure that he will become a surgeon, but now he is considering to become a programmer. And who knows - maybe he will combine both professions and programme lasers for surgery.

Girts, Karlis' father

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