Code in The Community

Free Coding Classes for Kids 8-15

21 July - 30 Sept 2018 Run: CLOSED FOR REGISTRATION

Code in the Community is a Google-sponsored initiative to bring free coding classes to 3,000 young Singaporeans from less well-to-do backgrounds. 

A multi-year, multi-level computer science and computational thinking course, it aims to get even more Singaporean kids excited about the potential of technology, and unlock their natural learning abilities.  


Thank you very much for your interest in Code in the Community. If you were unsuccessful this year or are interested in classes for next year, please leave your details with us and we will get in touch once registrations for 2019 are open. 

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Scratch (Ages 8-11)

Build a strong foundation in computational thinking using Scratch, an introductory, block-based programming language developed by MIT that is increasingly being introduced in Singapore schools. Fun and interactive exercises  make this course enjoyable for all new learners!



Python (Ages 12-15)

Be introduced to basic computer science concepts using popular text-based programming language Python. Students learn fundamental programming knowledge as they build real world applications, opening their eyes to the technology that is all around them.




Mentor a New Generation of Coders

Familiar with Python and/or Scratch? Enjoy working with kids?

Use your programming skills - and share your coding journey - to inspire the next generation of engineers, tinkerers and problem solvers! 

Instructors and assistant positions available, with a minimum commitment of 6 weeks. CIP hours eligible.



A Tech-Based CSR with Heart

Code in The Community welcomes corporate and school volunteers looking for CSR initiatives in tech education.

With a minimum of 5 volunteers, we can set aside a dedicated session for your team to teach, with training at your organization and acknowledgment on our website and across our public relations efforts.